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Reasons to Keep Writing

nyese3529: morgannbethh: •everyone starts small. just because you’re not big now, doesn’t mean you’ll never be. and if you’re just starting out, keep in mind those bigger blogs have been writing for much longer than you. building a following takes … Continue reading

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whatsinsideawritersmind: “[Y]ou have to accept that your story will change as you write it. Something that’s perfect and awesome in your mind will often be stupid when you write it down. This is not a failure on your part, and … Continue reading

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30 Character Questions

heir-to-the-diamond-throne: I always want to know the weirdest things about characters so I thought I’d write them down. Maybe they’ll help if you’re trying to flesh out a character? 1. When they tap their fingers do they use the pads … Continue reading

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writingdotcoffee: “Why Bother? Because right now, there is someone out there with a wound in the exact shape of your words.” — Sean Thomas Dougherty

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adiblotman: “You might not write well every day, but you can always edit a bad page. You can’t edit a blank page.” — Jodi Picoult

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amandaonwriting: Why Writers Take So Long In The Shower Amen and amen!

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amandaonwriting: 5 Signs You’re Doing NaNoWriMo Check. Check. Check. Check. And check. *highfiving self*

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amandaonwriting: Quotable – John L’Heureux Find out more about the author here

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amandaonwriting: Janet Fitch is an American author, born 9 November 1955. She is best known for her novel, White Oleander, a #1 bestseller and Oprah’s Book Club selection that has been translated into 24 languages and was made into a … Continue reading

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