I learned to write by reading the kind of books I wished I’d written.
Barbara Kingsolver (via amandaonwriting)


mitchables:


“I dreamed a dream. It was horrible.”

mitchables:

“I dreamed a dream. It was horrible.”



I’m often asked which author I am most inspired by, but I’m inspired by all authors. It takes a great deal of courage to pour your onto paper and watch silently as the world judges it loudly.
Charity Parkerson (via writersrelief)






What about your favourite book? Do you ,too,have that one book that you can never get tired of re-reading? A book which completely takes you out of reality by its tremendous expressions? I would like to know! PS you inspire me. — Anonymous

I’ve read the Harry Potter series about 4 or 5 times. But my absolute favorite books were the Outlander series by Diana Gabledon. I’ve only read it once, but that’s only because it was TOO GOOD. It made me so obsessed and emotionally invested, I’ve had to put off reading it again cause I don’t think I can take it. Even though I read it several years ago, just looking at the books on my shelf still makes me emotional. LOL



teachingliteracy:

Portable Magic (by Roland Mclaren)

teachingliteracy:

Portable Magic (by Roland Mclaren)



Beating Writer's Bane: 7 Signs That You're Not Ready to Publish

anextrapairofeyes:

  1. You haven’t researched the (publishing) industry: This is pretty important. You need to understand your industry, what’s going on and what changes are going to affect your book and publishing experience. How can you do that? Get to know the trades that report on…

(Source: The Huffington Post)



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