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The Right Writing: Ten reasons you aren't writing

shannahmcgill:

1. You can’t write on your current idea because the scene you need to work on is boring.

Either delete that scene or change it so it interests you. If it bores you, it bores the readers. Remember, excitement doesn’t come from fast movements and explosions. It comes from a good plot. If something…

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Fuck Yeah Character Development!: Polarity – It’s a Good Thing

tomavitabile:

In the laws of nature, everything happens because of polarity. At every level of existence, action is occurring, atoms are moving, molecules arranging because of a difference of polarity. An entity with less attractive forces being drawn to a more attractive force. Even…

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Does anyone else get irritated when photographs of objects with any kind of inscription or text on then pop up in the “writing” tag?

depressingfascination:

unusednotebooks:

Because I do. I mean I know I can’t really talk about unnecessary tagging but ffs, is it not a bit inconsiderate to not take a second to wonder if people will really be going in to the “writing” tag for amateur photographs of objects that have been written on? 

Just went into the tag and this was the first thing I seen:
 

THANKS FOR PROVING MY POINT SO QUICKLY AND SUCCINCTLY TUMBLR 

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Me:
Okay, let’s write!
My brain:
Me:
Right, what can I write about?
My brain:
Me:
I can write about ANYTHING IN THE WORLD!
My brain:
Me:
Something worthy and important, something fascinating and hypnotic …
My brain:
Me:
Just anything, come on.
My brain:
I can see a mug you should write about mugs.

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