lilstudybug: sweetsandcaffeine: gollumsevilbong: enbyho: stilesinatrenchcoat: grilledcheese-samwich: my #1 piece of college advice for you youngsters would be to always keep a phone charger, snacks, and an umbrella in your backpack at all times Also for the love of God don’t skip class. Buy… Read more

lilstudybug: sweetsandcaffeine: gollumsevilbong: enbyho: stilesinatrenchcoat: grilledcheese-samwich: my #1 piece of college advice for you youngsters would be to always keep a phone charger, snacks, and an umbrella in your backpack at all times Also for the love of God don’t skip class. Buy… Read more

How do you go about writing smalltalk, especially that’s interesting for readers? I know that what is being read should be furthering what the reader knows, but, when it’s not purely on the plot or something drastically important, how do you keep them entertained? Thank you so much!

legit-writing-tips: By making it interesting. By letting that small talk further your character development – perhaps by showing their personality, sense of humor, or by highlighting the way your character thinks. Don’t just have them talk about the weather. Have… Read moreHow do you go about writing smalltalk, especially that’s interesting for readers? I know that what is being read should be furthering what the reader knows, but, when it’s not purely on the plot or something drastically important, how do you keep them entertained? Thank you so much!

How do you go about writing smalltalk, especially that’s interesting for readers? I know that what is being read should be furthering what the reader knows, but, when it’s not purely on the plot or something drastically important, how do you keep them entertained? Thank you so much!

legit-writing-tips: By making it interesting. By letting that small talk further your character development – perhaps by showing their personality, sense of humor, or by highlighting the way your character thinks. Don’t just have them talk about the weather. Have… Read moreHow do you go about writing smalltalk, especially that’s interesting for readers? I know that what is being read should be furthering what the reader knows, but, when it’s not purely on the plot or something drastically important, how do you keep them entertained? Thank you so much!

littlebooklings: how DARE a TeENaGEr enjoy BOokS MARKETED towards TEEnaGERS??? HOW daRE ThEY It is okay to like the things you like. There is no reason to be embarrassed for enjoying something that was targeted at an audience that you are… Read more

littlebooklings: how DARE a TeENaGEr enjoy BOokS MARKETED towards TEEnaGERS??? HOW daRE ThEY It is okay to like the things you like. There is no reason to be embarrassed for enjoying something that was targeted at an audience that you are… Read more

kingcitywitch: arashikami: queensimia: paxamericana: This is the most cyberpunk shit I’ve ever seen. Makeup to obscure facial recognition cameras. http://cvdazzle.com/ Suddenly all ’80s sci-fi movies and music videos become terribly prescient… Well, huh. That’s… huh. This has NaNo applications DEFINITELY… Read more

kingcitywitch: arashikami: queensimia: paxamericana: This is the most cyberpunk shit I’ve ever seen. Makeup to obscure facial recognition cameras. http://cvdazzle.com/ Suddenly all ’80s sci-fi movies and music videos become terribly prescient… Well, huh. That’s… huh. This has NaNo applications DEFINITELY… Read more

I have always held the old-fashioned opinion that the primary object of work of fiction should be to tell a story. Wilkie Collins (via maxkirin)

I have always held the old-fashioned opinion that the primary object of work of fiction should be to tell a story. Wilkie Collins (via maxkirin)

spacevinci: fuckyeahsexpositivity: peppermintfeminist: katodown: agnellina: grantaire-put-that-bottle-down: hey there LGBTQ kids who are also Christian/Jewish! If you feel like you’re disobeying God, questioning your faith, or feel wrong and dirty for loving who you love, there’s this fantastic site I found… Read more

spacevinci: fuckyeahsexpositivity: peppermintfeminist: katodown: agnellina: grantaire-put-that-bottle-down: hey there LGBTQ kids who are also Christian/Jewish! If you feel like you’re disobeying God, questioning your faith, or feel wrong and dirty for loving who you love, there’s this fantastic site I found… Read more

animatedamerican: maedhrys: Ravenclaws that go through existential crises every other week because of things they’re reading though like “WHAT DO YOU MEAN WE HAVE POTIONS HOMEWORK? I’M TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHETHER OTHER MEANS OF TORTURE ARE ACTUALLY MORE ETHICAL… Read more

animatedamerican: maedhrys: Ravenclaws that go through existential crises every other week because of things they’re reading though like “WHAT DO YOU MEAN WE HAVE POTIONS HOMEWORK? I’M TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHETHER OTHER MEANS OF TORTURE ARE ACTUALLY MORE ETHICAL… Read more

Thank you🎈👏🏻

Happy to help~! <3

Thank you🎈👏🏻

Happy to help~! <3

For the anon of this post post/127573075279 – For me, it’s always easier to write out the scenes I see clearly (which is what I’m doing now), write the ending, and then go back to the beginning. Sometimes when I’m stuck on the beginning, it’s because I’m missing key information that’s needed and I find that while writing out other parts. Of course, everyone has different techniques that work for them and finding out what they are can be difficult.

Thank you! 🙂 That’s definitely a good technique for people who don’t like working chronologically! I’m the kind of weirdo who has to do it all in order and then revise later with new information and dialogue. XD

For the anon of this post post/127573075279 – For me, it’s always easier to write out the scenes I see clearly (which is what I’m doing now), write the ending, and then go back to the beginning. Sometimes when I’m stuck on the beginning, it’s because I’m missing key information that’s needed and I find that while writing out other parts. Of course, everyone has different techniques that work for them and finding out what they are can be difficult.

Thank you! 🙂 That’s definitely a good technique for people who don’t like working chronologically! I’m the kind of weirdo who has to do it all in order and then revise later with new information and dialogue. XD

alibraryismyparadise: typicalfae: youngermorebeautifulqueen: ravenclaws who skip their first period because they stayed up all night reading.  ravenclaws who don’t pay attention in class because they’re doodling.  ravenclaws who wind up in detention because they don’t do their homework because it… Read more

alibraryismyparadise: typicalfae: youngermorebeautifulqueen: ravenclaws who skip their first period because they stayed up all night reading.  ravenclaws who don’t pay attention in class because they’re doodling.  ravenclaws who wind up in detention because they don’t do their homework because it… Read more