suggestions for a young writer? im 15 and i just started seriously writing about a year ago~ since then I’ve written mostly poetry but I really write other stuff like short stories or plays too! but i always have trouble making my ideas ideas into something and just deciding how or what i want to write. and i get so worried that i lose motivation! i think that i first want to tackle trying to make characters/a simple short story. advice, tips, or tricks? thank youuu!

Hi! I’m glad you’re ready to get started! Being eager about writing is the best. Writing a poem is a lot like writing a short story, so you’re on the right track. Good writing is precise and almost lyrical. It… Read moresuggestions for a young writer? im 15 and i just started seriously writing about a year ago~ since then I’ve written mostly poetry but I really write other stuff like short stories or plays too! but i always have trouble making my ideas ideas into something and just deciding how or what i want to write. and i get so worried that i lose motivation! i think that i first want to tackle trying to make characters/a simple short story. advice, tips, or tricks? thank youuu!

Hi there! We just published a post that I thought would be a great resource for the copyright section of your resources. It’s called How To Copyright A Book and it’s a comprehensive guide we spent 3 months researching. Here’s the post: blog(.)reedsy(.)com/how-to-copyright-a-book. Inside it, there’s a pretty cool flowchart infographic that takes authors straight through the copyright registration process :) Hope you like it!

: This looks like a great resource! Thanks for sending it our way! 🙂 Check it out, WQA community! https://blog.reedsy.com/how-to-copyright-a-book ———————————————————————————–Have a writing question? I’d love to hear from you! Prohibited topics: portrayal of diverse characters, emotions, specialist knowledge questions… Read moreHi there! We just published a post that I thought would be a great resource for the copyright section of your resources. It’s called How To Copyright A Book and it’s a comprehensive guide we spent 3 months researching. Here’s the post: blog(.)reedsy(.)com/how-to-copyright-a-book. Inside it, there’s a pretty cool flowchart infographic that takes authors straight through the copyright registration process 🙂 Hope you like it!

pilferingapples: marauders4evr: See, the problem with people who aren’t in wheelchairs writing about and/or drawing people who are in (manual) wheelchairs is that the people who aren’t in wheelchairs tend to think that there’s only like four movements that you… Read more

Writing Prompt: Dialogue

writing-challenges-and-prompts: “They’re everywhere.” “My phone’s not working. I think they’re using a cell jammer.” “So, what do we do?” “I… We can’t leave without [—-]. And we can’t wait around for help.” “Then it’s just you and me.” “Against them?”… Read moreWriting Prompt: Dialogue

Why artists and writers reblog their work multiple times:

thresholdofzero: wyomingsmustache: directium: They posted it late at night and want people to see it in the daytime They want others to reblog it They want more attention for it THEY WANT OTHERS TO REBLOG IT They have followers in… Read moreWhy artists and writers reblog their work multiple times:

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

You are unique. You are valid. You are loved. You are enough. You have always been enough. You will always be enough–and more, more than you may ever realize. YOU MATTER. I don’t care if it feels like you don’t… Read moreIf you need a sign to stay alive, here it is.

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

You are unique. You are valid. You are loved. You are enough. You have always been enough. You will always be enough–and more, more than you may ever realize. YOU MATTER. I don’t care if it feels like you don’t… Read moreIf you need a sign to stay alive, here it is.

about indie authors who make $5 a month

leightaylorwrites: i – with my debut novel (aka my only source of income) having sold less than 30 copies after 4 weeks – am currently sitting here after not eating for over a day, wondering when or where my next… Read moreabout indie authors who make $5 a month

about indie authors who make $5 a month

leightaylorwrites: i – with my debut novel (aka my only source of income) having sold less than 30 copies after 4 weeks – am currently sitting here after not eating for over a day, wondering when or where my next… Read moreabout indie authors who make $5 a month

10 Rules for Success as a Creative Professional

clientsfromhell: //html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/5441312/height/90/width/480/theme/custom/autonext/no/thumbnail/no/autoplay/no/preload/no/no_addthis/no/direction/forward/tdest_id/270007/render-playlist/no/custom-color/d90000/ If ‘creativity’ is a factor in your work, these ten rules will help you find success in your career.  When we say success, we don’t exclusively mean more clients, more work, or more freedom. We mean all of… Read more10 Rules for Success as a Creative Professional

10 Rules for Success as a Creative Professional

clientsfromhell: //html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/5441312/height/90/width/480/theme/custom/autonext/no/thumbnail/no/autoplay/no/preload/no/no_addthis/no/direction/forward/tdest_id/270007/render-playlist/no/custom-color/d90000/ If ‘creativity’ is a factor in your work, these ten rules will help you find success in your career.  When we say success, we don’t exclusively mean more clients, more work, or more freedom. We mean all of… Read more10 Rules for Success as a Creative Professional

pick-me-ups for writers

oddhour: for the self-conscious beginner: No one makes great things until the world intimately knows their mediocrity. Don’t think of your writing as terrible; think of it as preparing to contribute something great. for the self-conscious late bloomer: Look at… Read morepick-me-ups for writers

pick-me-ups for writers

oddhour: for the self-conscious beginner: No one makes great things until the world intimately knows their mediocrity. Don’t think of your writing as terrible; think of it as preparing to contribute something great. for the self-conscious late bloomer: Look at… Read morepick-me-ups for writers

Ironies of the INFJ Personality

septembercfawkes: sanctaofied: septembercfawkes: Wanting to have a very deep connection with people, but hating the early steps it takes to get to that point. Hating small talk but actually being very eloquent and particularly excellent at speaking about more in-depth… Read moreIronies of the INFJ Personality

Ironies of the INFJ Personality

septembercfawkes: sanctaofied: septembercfawkes: Wanting to have a very deep connection with people, but hating the early steps it takes to get to that point. Hating small talk but actually being very eloquent and particularly excellent at speaking about more in-depth… Read moreIronies of the INFJ Personality

isleofapplepies: One of my least favourite dialogue tropes is when a man tells a woman, “You can’t do that” or “I wouldn’t do that if I were you” and she says, “Why? Because I’m a woman and therefore too weak… Read more

isleofapplepies: One of my least favourite dialogue tropes is when a man tells a woman, “You can’t do that” or “I wouldn’t do that if I were you” and she says, “Why? Because I’m a woman and therefore too weak… Read more

amandaonwriting: Learn more about the author here “There are no dull subjects. There are only dull writers.” ~ H.L. Mencken -writerswrite

amandaonwriting: Learn more about the author here “There are no dull subjects. There are only dull writers.” ~ H.L. Mencken -writerswrite

Me in the bookstore

theboywhoreadsbooks: I spy with my little eye 18 books i want to buy.