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sophiaelainehanson: Hey. You there. Aspiring author. Keep writing. The world needs your words. Every single author – big and small, indie and trad, young and old – once stood where you stand, wondering if they were kidding themselves. Keep going. … Continue reading

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bradenthorpe: a word of advice for my writer buddies that took me way too long to realize – your story doesn’t have grand to be great. Your dystopia doesn’t have to end with your protagonists changing the world, making it a … Continue reading

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Giving Your Character the Introduction They Deserve

eric-fi: The simple directness of Neil Gaiman Shadow’s Introduction from American Gods I think the way Gaiman introduces Shadow is just near perfect. “He was big enough and looked don’t-fuck-with-me enough that his biggest problem was killing time. So he … Continue reading

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If you’re reading this…

hilunawrites: red–thedragon: ezzydean: thewritingrealm: go write three sentences on your current writing project. # my favourite part about this post # is that nowhere does it say to reblog this # but we’re all reblogging it # because if we … Continue reading

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gloriousdevourerofstories: rhiannonfrater: straightasdeanwinchester: viiviirs: some fucking resources for all ur writing fuckin needs body language masterlist a translator that doesn’t eat ass like google translate does a reverse dictionary for when ur brain freezes 550 words to say instead of … Continue reading

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crandberrycrush: try-to-get-writing: aghostnotaguardian: littlestsecret: naity-sama: Some words to use when writing things: winking clenching pulsing fluttering contracting twitching sucking quivering pulsating throbbing beating thumping thudding pounding humming palpitate vibrate grinding crushing hammering lashing knocking driving thrusting pushing force injecting filling … Continue reading

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idiosyncraticwordsmith: thesylverlining: uhHHHH I don’t mean to be dramatic or anything but I literally wrote 50k words in two weeks without fuckening trying, like won NaNoWriMo in 2 weeks, TWO WEEKS, after joining 4thewords.com and I’m like w h a t OK so … Continue reading

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concerningwolves: Full offense but your writing style is for you and nobody else. Use the words you want to use; play with language, experiment, use said, use adverbs, use “unrealistic” writing patterns, slap words you don’t even know are words … Continue reading

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caffeinewitchcraft: rin0rourke: caffeinewitchcraft: I have a mute character in the story I’m writing and one of my beta readers suggested I use italics when they sign so that I don’t have to keep peppering “they signed” or “their hands flashed” … Continue reading

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How to Write a Synopsis

letswritesomenovels: Back when I was doing my MA program, I typed up a guide to writing query letters. It’s the post from this blog that I’m most proud of: a thorough step-by-step guide that combines days and weeks of research, … Continue reading

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