bibliophibious:

Yes. This happens.

bibliophibious:

Yes. This happens.

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(via Waiting For The Critique - Will Write For Chocolate - Inkygirl.com)


8 Signs That You Were Meant to Be a Writer

Do you ever wonder if you were truly meant to be a writer?

Deep down you sense that it might just be so. But then doubt creeps in, and you just aren’t sure.

You look at your writing. You realize that you aren’t where you want to be. Maybe you just aren’t good enough?



Thank you for comming back! I missed you.. — Anonymous

Aww! Thank you! I am really glad to be back!



Maybe the hardest thing in writing is simply to tell the truth about things as we see them.
John Steinbeck (via planb-becomeapirate)

(Source: writingquotes)



Crafting A Successful Opening @ The Beginning Writer

Not long ago, I pulled out a piece of writing I’d started over a year ago that I’d abandoned shortly after realizing it just didn’t work. I thought maybe taking another look at it, so long after I’d actually written it, would help me see it in a different light.

I started to read and quickly realized what the problem was. I didn’t start the story in the right place.



(Source: jy1310)



floor to ceiling bookshelves (via The Design Files)

floor to ceiling bookshelves (via The Design Files)



amandaonwriting:

a Novel idea

amandaonwriting:

a Novel idea



One thing that helps is to give myself permission to write badly. I tell myself that I’m going to do my five or 10 pages no matter what, and that I can always tear them up the following morning if I want. I’ll have lost nothing—writing and tearing up five pages would leave me no further behind than if I took the day off.
Lawrence Block

(Source: writersdigest.com)