pinfire: Opalized shells Source: pacificopals.com These sit in a shoe box on your window sill.

pinfire: Opalized shells Source: pacificopals.com These sit in a shoe box on your window sill.

Do you know any good places to start writing? I’m going to be doing my story in chapters, but I’m really new to this and don’t know where I should publish/upload/write. I’ve seen several websites, but they are mostly for Novels only. Got anything? <3 thanks

Hi! Great question! This is unfortunately not my area of expertise, but I do know of a few options. I think Medium.com will be your best bet. One of my freelance clients is using it to publish one of his books… Read moreDo you know any good places to start writing? I’m going to be doing my story in chapters, but I’m really new to this and don’t know where I should publish/upload/write. I’ve seen several websites, but they are mostly for Novels only. Got anything? <3 thanks

Do you know any good places to start writing? I’m going to be doing my story in chapters, but I’m really new to this and don’t know where I should publish/upload/write. I’ve seen several websites, but they are mostly for Novels only. Got anything? <3 thanks

Hi! Great question! This is unfortunately not my area of expertise, but I do know of a few options. I think Medium.com will be your best bet. One of my freelance clients is using it to publish one of his books… Read moreDo you know any good places to start writing? I’m going to be doing my story in chapters, but I’m really new to this and don’t know where I should publish/upload/write. I’ve seen several websites, but they are mostly for Novels only. Got anything? <3 thanks

Writers end up writing about their obsessions. Things that haunt them; things they can’t forget; stories they carry in their bodies waiting to be released. Natalie Goldberg (via nightesaur)

Writers end up writing about their obsessions. Things that haunt them; things they can’t forget; stories they carry in their bodies waiting to be released. Natalie Goldberg (via nightesaur)

[Image description: a small log cabin sits directly at the edge of a lake, with snow-covered pine trees and barren trees rising on a hill behind the cabin] Writing Prompt: Your main character is living here.

[Image description: a small log cabin sits directly at the edge of a lake, with snow-covered pine trees and barren trees rising on a hill behind the cabin] Writing Prompt: Your main character is living here.

promptsgalore: Write from the perspective of a character on their way to have coffee with someone they haven’t seen in ten years.

promptsgalore: Write from the perspective of a character on their way to have coffee with someone they haven’t seen in ten years.

Rapid Prompt

Endless rain.

Rapid Prompt

Endless rain.

“Comparison will kill you.”

“Comparison will kill you.”

Doctor stuff.

marvelfanuniverse: writeinspiration: wolf-cross: writeinspiration: daphnepostscrap: writeinspiration: Basically got an official diagnosis of anxiety today. Got prescribed Xanax. I was told that I need to see a psychiatrist, which somehow makes the anxiety even more stressful than it has been. Remember… Read moreDoctor stuff.

Doctor stuff.

marvelfanuniverse: writeinspiration: wolf-cross: writeinspiration: daphnepostscrap: writeinspiration: Basically got an official diagnosis of anxiety today. Got prescribed Xanax. I was told that I need to see a psychiatrist, which somehow makes the anxiety even more stressful than it has been. Remember… Read moreDoctor stuff.

“That second draft will not kill you. It may kill some of your characters (odds of this happening go up exponentially if you write murder mysteries), but it will absolutely, positively, pinky-swear not kill you.” ~Kathy R. Jeffords

“That second draft will not kill you. It may kill some of your characters (odds of this happening go up exponentially if you write murder mysteries), but it will absolutely, positively, pinky-swear not kill you.” ~Kathy R. Jeffords

11 Plot Pitfalls – And How to Rescue Your Story From Them

thewordriven: Source: [X]By: Laura Whitcomb We’ve all been there: basking in the glow of a finished manuscript, only to read it over and realize something is wrong with the plot. Finding ourselves unable to identify the problem only makes matters… Read more11 Plot Pitfalls – And How to Rescue Your Story From Them

11 Plot Pitfalls – And How to Rescue Your Story From Them

thewordriven: Source: [X]By: Laura Whitcomb We’ve all been there: basking in the glow of a finished manuscript, only to read it over and realize something is wrong with the plot. Finding ourselves unable to identify the problem only makes matters… Read more11 Plot Pitfalls – And How to Rescue Your Story From Them