thegirlandherbooks:

If I were doing NANOWRIMO, then this would be my desktop.

thegirlandherbooks:

If I were doing NANOWRIMO, then this would be my desktop.

(Source: nerdyalerty)



youknowyoureawriterwhen:

Brought back for obvious reasons…

youknowyoureawriterwhen:

Brought back for obvious reasons…



(via I’m Not Right In The Head)


Creative Something: What are you waiting for to create?

creativesomething:

Greatly inspired by these words from Seth Godin, I feel obligated to beg the question of myself everyday: what are you waiting for?

Maybe it’s time, but waiting for time is fairly ridiculous since we’ve got it right now (creating becomes just a matter of priority). Or perhaps we’re waiting…



bookporn:

Tea & Books by Megan Lee


Books aren’t written, they’re rewritten. Including your own. It is one of the hardest things to accept, especially after the seventh rewrite hasn’t quite done it.
Michael Crichton

(Source: koti.mbnet.fi)



bookporn:

Read 2 by *bypolar-bear


sg-00001:

Long after I’m dead and decaying I’m certain my eyes will cry out in hunger for books.

sg-00001:

Long after I’m dead and decaying I’m certain my eyes will cry out in hunger for books.



insipirir:

sans titre by SkeletonDance on Flickr.


NaNoWriMo Tips: Free Get Started Calendar | WritersDigest.com

DAY 1: This 26-day countdown poster comes from the book Write-a-thon by Rochelle Melander. It includes energy boosting ideas to fuel your writing marathon and space to track your accomplishments from Day 1 to Day 26. If you’re able to finish by Day 26, use the remaining four days of the month to revise and improve your work. But if not, keep at it until the final stroke of midnight on November 30th. The most important thing is to finish that manuscript!