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  3. zeldareed:

Neil Gaiman’s Advice To Aspiring Writers
"If you’re only going to write when you’re inspired, you may be a fairly decent poet, but you will never be a novelist — because you’re going to have to make your word count today, and those words aren’t going to wait for you, whether you’re inspired or not. So you have to write when you’re not “inspired.” … And the weird thing is that six months later, or a year later, you’re going to look back and you’re not going to remember which scenes you wrote when you were inspired and which scenes you wrote because they had to be written."
“The process of writing can be magical — there times when you step out of an upper-floor window and you just walk across thin air, and it’s absolute and utter happiness. Mostly, it’s a process of putting one word after another.”
“You have to finish things — that’s what you learn from, you learn by finishing things.”
“If you like fantasy and you want to be the next Tolkien, don’t read big Tolkienesque fantasies — Tolkien didn’t read big Tolkienesque fantasies, he read books on Finnish philology. Go and read outside of your comfort zone, go and learn stuff.”
“Tell your story. Don’t try and tell the stories that other people can tell. Because [as a] starting writer, you always start out with other people’s voices — you’ve been reading other people for years… But, as quickly as you can, start telling the stories that only you can tell — because there will always be better writers than you, there will always be smarter writers than you … but you are the only you.”

    zeldareed:

    Neil Gaiman’s Advice To Aspiring Writers

    • "If you’re only going to write when you’re inspired, you may be a fairly decent poet, but you will never be a novelist — because you’re going to have to make your word count today, and those words aren’t going to wait for you, whether you’re inspired or not. So you have to write when you’re not “inspired.” … And the weird thing is that six months later, or a year later, you’re going to look back and you’re not going to remember which scenes you wrote when you were inspired and which scenes you wrote because they had to be written."
    • The process of writing can be magical — there times when you step out of an upper-floor window and you just walk across thin air, and it’s absolute and utter happiness. Mostly, it’s a process of putting one word after another.”
    • You have to finish things — that’s what you learn from, you learn by finishing things.”
    • If you like fantasy and you want to be the next Tolkien, don’t read big Tolkienesque fantasies — Tolkien didn’t read big Tolkienesque fantasies, he read books on Finnish philology. Go and read outside of your comfort zone, go and learn stuff.”
    • Tell your story. Don’t try and tell the stories that other people can tell. Because [as a] starting writer, you always start out with other people’s voices — you’ve been reading other people for years… But, as quickly as you can, start telling the stories that only you can tell — because there will always be better writers than you, there will always be smarter writers than you … but you are the only you.”

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  5. Must have it.

    Must have it.

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  8. yeeeaaaaap. I’m only changing mine because people can spell his without is being sounded out and I’m dyslexic. ROMANCE

    yeeeaaaaap. I’m only changing mine because people can spell his without is being sounded out and I’m dyslexic. ROMANCE

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  10. Oh look semester is about to start again and I’ve rediscovered tumblr and fremionie fanfic.


    I AM TOTALLY AN ADULT MARRIED LADY.

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  12. Frank Turner is my spirit animal.

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  14. moclachanbhernard:

    digatisdi:

    “I want a tattoo that says “seeker of knowledge and understanding” in Celtic, Latin, Japanese, or Native American.”

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    I’m always so genuinely curious about what people think Celtic is. Like, what do they think it sounds like? Do they think it’s what was originally spoken all over the British Isles and northern France?

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  15. queenofbaws:

ssserpent:

symphonyofawesomeness:

All these lovely ladies weigh 154lbs. We all carry weight differently, don’t live your life by an outdated chart. Find a number that looks and feels good.

well this is
highly relevant right now

I like this. I like this very much.

    queenofbaws:

    ssserpent:

    symphonyofawesomeness:

    All these lovely ladies weigh 154lbs. We all carry weight differently, don’t live your life by an outdated chart. Find a number that looks and feels good.

    well this is

    highly relevant right now

    I like this. I like this very much.

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