Tag Archives: writer’s resources

Publishing for Fun and Profit

breannacarroll: So there was a list going around tumblr for a while that made it to my dash of literary journals that accept open submissions (and will pay!), but upon inspection about half of them were closed indefinitely, and I … Continue reading

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The 3 Elements of a CHARACTER GOAL

thatkatiecooney: You know that moment in a book or movie, near the end, where everything has gone terribly wrong? All has been lost, the main character appears to have been brutally defeated, the mentor has probably kicked the bucket, and … Continue reading

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officialqueer: lianabrooks: hellishues: saltenecker: someone in a fanfic: s-stutters in embarrassment me, closing the tab: sorry I must go Unrealistic Stuttering: “S-sorry I-I d-d-didn’t m-mean t-to…” Realistic Stuttering: “Sorry, I uh… I didn’t mean- I didn’t mean to do that…” … Continue reading

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owlmylove: talesfromweirdland: Know your bricks! tag yourself i’m french chateau Source: talesfromweirdland

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So, uh, I’ve got a question about world building in PoCs… How exactly DID Native Americans worship their gods? I’ve looked at various sources but I’m afraid that I’ll get it wrong…I’m mostly interested in the plains people and the ones who lived in more forested areas along with their differences…I don’t wanna offend others or get their culture wrong when I personally hate it when it happens to me.

writingwithcolor: kittywinks: writingwithcolor: abydosarchives: writingwithcolor: Native Religions and Deity Worship That is private, personal, highly secret information. Native religions are appropriated almost every time they let one piece of information slip to outsiders. As a result of being burned over … Continue reading

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How to Choose the Right Point of View for Your Story

theliteraryarchitect: (You can download a free, printable Point of View Cheatsheet to go along with this post in my Free Resource Library! If you are already a subscriber, check your inbox for the login information. Or just keep reading!) Point … Continue reading

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Describing the Feel of a Town

daringthepen: You’ve got your main character.  You’ve got your plot.  You’ve got a lot of things figured out. But how the heck are you supposed to get the reader to understand the atmosphere of the town your character comes from? … Continue reading

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thehistoricalseamstress: lolita-wardrobe: A Timeline of Women’s Fashion from 1784-1970 (source: http://kottke.org/17/07/a-timeline-of-womens-fashion-from-1784-1970) such a useful reference to see the transition of styles  Source: lolita-wardrobe

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theschoolofmagic: A writing tip I hardly see? Your writing isn’t boring cause you don’t feel like reading it. That’s normal. You wrote it. You’ve probably read it a million times. You know what happens. Someone else will feel differently.

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journalluvv: Excuse my ugly hands this journal is so bulky it doesn’t stay open for a photo Source: journalluvv

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