A typical 1920s - 30s Writing Desk (by L u S T R O)

A typical 1920s - 30s Writing Desk (by L u S T R O)



I will not be “famous,” “great.” I will go on adventuring, changing, opening my mind and my eyes, refusing to be stamped and stereotyped. The thing is to free one’s self: to let it find its dimensions, not be impeded.
― Virginia Woolf, A Writer’s Diary (via thesearepeopleyouknow)


A day of Travel; a day for writing (by koalazymonkey)

A day of Travel; a day for writing (by koalazymonkey)



(Source: amandaonwriting)





I wrote a lot. (by Mullenkedheim)

I wrote a lot. (by Mullenkedheim)



First you have nothing, and then, astonishingly, after ripping out your brain and your heart and betraying your friends and ex-lovers and dreaming like a zombie over the page ‘til you can’t see or hear or smell or taste, you have something.
T.C. Boyle (via writingquotes)


My Writing Life (by Olivander)

My Writing Life (by Olivander)



(Source: vintageluxe)



A mistake with the date…

It seems there was a mistake with the date in the message from Write World about the flash mob.

The message should have said, Friday April 13th.

Hello! We’re undertaking to coordinate an online flash mob for three very special writing blogs. We have asked three of our followers to nominate one writing blog each to be the subjects of the flash mob, and on Friday, April 13th, we will ask our followers to go to one or more of the nominated blogs and post encouragement, comments, and critiques of the blogger’s creative writing posts. But we need your help to spread the word! Will you join us by reblogging our call to action on the 13th?