If you need a sign to stay alive, here it is.

writeinspiration: writeinspiration: THIS IS YOUR SIGN. THIS IS A CHANCE TO CHANGE YOUR MIND. This is me personally saying, from the bottom of my heart, “It’s okay. You will be okay one day.” You are unique. You are valid. You… Read moreIf you need a sign to stay alive, here it is.

soljua: reasons i haven’t replied back: – i’m socially exhausted – i don’t have the time right now – i don’t know how to reply – i have a bad memory and got distracted – i’m having a depressive episode… Read more

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joaryn: writeinspiration: Dusty hat. Yeah, so this went somewhere pretty depressing, but it’s still something. Her fingers ghosted over the crown, stroked the brim with a touch as light as a feather. How long had it been hidden away at… Read moreRapid Prompt

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joaryn: writeinspiration: Dusty hat. Yeah, so this went somewhere pretty depressing, but it’s still something. Her fingers ghosted over the crown, stroked the brim with a touch as light as a feather. How long had it been hidden away at… Read moreRapid Prompt

hiiiii! I’m currently outlining my story and I have a lot of characters that I don’t think do anything for the plot or many characters that do the same thing that one character could do. Do you have any tips on how I could figure out whether or not to keep them? Thanks.

heywriters: Save them for another story or sequel, otherwise, kill your darlings. From experience as a reader and writer, redundant and interchangeable characters in a story will confuse the reader and reduce the impact of your lead roles. Find a… Read morehiiiii! I’m currently outlining my story and I have a lot of characters that I don’t think do anything for the plot or many characters that do the same thing that one character could do. Do you have any tips on how I could figure out whether or not to keep them? Thanks.

hiiiii! I’m currently outlining my story and I have a lot of characters that I don’t think do anything for the plot or many characters that do the same thing that one character could do. Do you have any tips on how I could figure out whether or not to keep them? Thanks.

heywriters: Save them for another story or sequel, otherwise, kill your darlings. From experience as a reader and writer, redundant and interchangeable characters in a story will confuse the reader and reduce the impact of your lead roles. Find a… Read morehiiiii! I’m currently outlining my story and I have a lot of characters that I don’t think do anything for the plot or many characters that do the same thing that one character could do. Do you have any tips on how I could figure out whether or not to keep them? Thanks.

lastnightsreading: Ken Kalfus at Strand Bookstore, 6/1/15 “In fiction, all you need is memory and imagination. If you can’t remember, make it up.” ~Ken Kalfus

lastnightsreading: Ken Kalfus at Strand Bookstore, 6/1/15 “In fiction, all you need is memory and imagination. If you can’t remember, make it up.” ~Ken Kalfus

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)