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spacegroceries: dreamlogic: types of dissociation: existing but a little to the left am i crossing my eyes or is everything just blurry? clipped right thru the floorboards what the fuck is a “body” i have too many bodies at once and… Read more
howtofightwrite: By, “the opposite of what they need to do,” you mean, not escalate the situation, or specifically work to try to limit the harm being inflicted. You know, like an Aikido practitioner? I know we’ve said this before, but;… Read moreWhat are some hurdles a person who has practiced taekwondo, fencing and aikido might have to jump when thrown into a real life or death fight? What will happen when they get much better at escalating quickly (almost too quickly) and they’re thrown into a situation where that’s the opposite of what they need to do?
songofages: voxiferous: memecucker: ace-and-ranty: memecucker: what if i told you that a lot of “Americanized” versions of foods were actually the product of immigrant experiences and are not “bastardized versions” That’s actually fascinating, does anyone have any examples? Chinese-American food is a… Read more
ihavetoomanyaus: I think we’ve all been in the situation where we want to write about a specific character but have no idea how to approach it. For some reason, despite them being your own character, you have no idea how… Read moreHow To: Develop Your Characters
theticklishpear: (A table of contents will become available at the end of the series. Recent additions can be found in the meantime in either the posts by pear or the relationships tags. This series will remain open for additional posts… Read more
writing-questions-answered: Anonymous asked: I love coming up with new stories. I think I’ve started almost 50 different stories, but along the line somewhere, I either lose my motivation or I become overwhelmed. I’ve tried bringing in different co-writers to keep… Read more
dontburntheseimagineseliza: 1.“Do you want me to leave?” 2,“You are not going without me.” 3.“I can’t believe you!” 4.“I swear it won’t happen again.” 5.“What did you say?” 6.“I’m not jealous.” 7.“You’re jealous, aren’t you?” 8.“We can’t keep doing this.” 9.“Isn’t… Read morePrompts
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downwithwritersblock: Well you should probably start by defining each stage in their relationships. 1. How and Why did they become friends in the first place? How long where they friends? What were they typically like when they were? 2. Why… Read moreHow would you write a friends to enemies to friends to lovers type thing?
still-intrepid: storiesintheashes: gaiabamman: It is very important that the language in your novel reflects the time and place in which the story is set. For example, my story is set in Italy. My characters would never “ride shotgun”, a term… Read moreUsing the appropriate vocabulary in your novel
writeroftheprompts: As I’ve mentioned with other asks about characters meeting, there are many different ways you could go here and they don’t have to be anything special, it depends on what you’re going for in the scene and for the… Read moreSo I’m writing a story about a vampire and a human couple, but I’m not quite sure how to introduce them to one another. Any ideas?
theinkstainsblog: firemoon42: Do an outline, whatever way works best. Get yourself out of the word soup and know where the story is headed. Conflicts and obstacles. Hurt the protagonist, put things in their way, this keeps the story interesting. An… Read moreWays to un-stick a stuck story
theshriekingsisterhood: We’re the only two neurodivergent people in this Psychology 101 Class we must band together to survive. You’re the ASL interpreter working my favorite artist’s concert and you’ve done the most masterful interpretation of my favorite song can we… Read moreDisability AUs
Writer’s Guide to Archery – Tales of Wonderland thewritershandbook:
writeworld: sunshineboi94 asked: How important is location to a story? I’m asking about specific location, not setting. I know landscape, climate, and environment can all be important details but is it necessary to give an exact location to your story?… Read moreLocation, Location, Location: The Fundamentals of Choosing a Setting
recoverykitty: Coping Skills: DBT self soothing techniques PTSD Forum: Self Care ED Recovery: Self Soothing Techniques Addiction Recovery Coping Skills 99 Coping Skills: Things to do Instead of Cutting Invisible Disabilities Association of Canada: Coping Skills Meditation & Relaxation: Tips to… Read more
heywriters: Trimming your writing has the benefit of getting your point across to readers without using stuffy sentences and filler phrases. Those are the training wheels of beginning writers, but seasoned professionals can pick them out easily. One such weakness… Read moreCut the Clutter. Sound Legit.
writing-questions-answered: Anonymous said: Hello. Do you know when editing becomes overdone? I’m going to self publish a book on Amazon and I’ve read my entire story at least 20 times by now. I’m not sure if the things I’ve been… Read more
bizzylizy: writingwithcolor: Writing with Color: Description Guide – Words for Skin Tone We discussed the issues describing People of Color by means of food in Part I of this guide, which brought rise to even more questions, mostly along the… Read more