Photo 28 Jan 170 notes
Text 28 Jan 117 notes It’s way more complicated than that.

writeworld:

Writer’s Block


In one sentence is the spark of a story. Ignite.

Mission: Write a story, a description, a poem, a metaphor, a commentary, or a memory about this sentence. Write something about this sentence.

Be sure to tag writeworld in your block!

Photo 28 Jan 116 notes amandaonwriting:

Daily Writing Prompt – Reasons

amandaonwriting:

Daily Writing Prompt – Reasons

Chat 28 Jan 225,412 notes
  • Media teacher: Part of why media is so constant is that it's so temporary. You can get emotional watching your favorite TV show, but after it's over, you forget about it and move on with your life. You might be upset if a character dies, but you wouldn't lock yourself in your room with a pint of ice cream and cry about it.
  • Class: -laughs-
  • Me: -sweats-
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throughthemarshes:

I like my characters. It’s a shame a lot of them are going to die here pretty soon. 

Text 14 Jul 3 notes Writing Problems.

Finally having time to write, and only able to stare at your laptop screen shouting “Whhhyyy?!?!?!” as nothing comes to you. 

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Photo 14 Jul 724 notes pages2type:

If you can’t see the stories around you, you’re not looking hard enough.

pages2type:

If you can’t see the stories around you, you’re not looking hard enough.

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tinyhousesmallspace:

figmentdotcom:

justastrumpet:

Reading nooks make me blissfully happy

If a house was made entirely of reading nooks, would they still be nooks? Follow-up question: If a house was made entirely of reading nooks, would anyone care what they were called, or would they be too busy having book-feels?

Small Spaces to read a good book…

(Source: dressedupsoul)


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