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CarolaWolff
Autorin. Schreibt YA Fantasy im und als Pippa Arden bei Liebesromane. Mitglied bei
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#WOMENSART 9h
'Steampunk ' by US artist Sue Beatrice who creates steampunk sculptures and jewellery out of old watch parts
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Terri Windling 6h
Have a good weekend, everyone, wherever your path might lead you.
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CarolaWolff 8h
Jetzt erst mal Buch und Balkon, später noch schreiben. Und ihr so?
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Jim Moon 16h
A drop of dreamfuel - Space Sirens by Julie Dillon
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Chaucer Doth Tweet 15h
We must make certain that aftir thys pandemic the worlde ys NOT just onlyne deliverye, chain stores, and streaminge vydeo. Save spaces for art, theater, musique, lyfe; save superb accessible public educacioun; save communitye businesses and weirde fantastic locales. Save beautye.
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Neil Gaiman 15h
Replying to @Vifialex
Forgive yourself and write what you can when you can.
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Micro SF/F stories 17h
"Hey, look what I found in my garden!" "What is it?" "A time capsule! With stuff from ages ago." "Cool! When was it buried?" "February." "Whoa!" "I know, right?"
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CarolaWolff Aug 14
Eine neue Schreibidee, die ich ausprobieren möchte; eine Figur, die verlangt, dass ich ihre Geschichte erzähle; wildes Rumspinnen; ein magischer Augenblick... In der Storytime bekommt ihr Einblicke in bisher unveröffentlichtes Material!
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CarolaWolff Aug 14
Ich habe erst in den letzten Jahren so richtig Geschmack an Kaffee entwickelt. Jetzt schreibe ich an einer Kurzgeschichte für eine Anthologie zum Thema (Die Kaffeefee!) und hab mächtig Spaß.
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CarolaWolff Aug 13
Schöne, sehr informative Folge. gibt Einblick in erfolgreiches Vorgehen. Bin sehr versucht...
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CarolaWolff Aug 13
Replying to @nina_hasse
Neugierig...
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The Library Owl 🌻🧙‍♀️🦉 Aug 13
normalize letting people post about lighthearted things without shaming them for it. just because the world might be burning doesn’t mean we have to be held hostage by the tyranny of the news cycle. even small joys can be an act of resistance.
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Terri Windling Aug 13
Today on Myth & Moor, on the truth to be found in fantasy, and the art of Adrian Arleo:
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Melanie Vogltanz Aug 13
"In dem Buch ist eine gepresste Fliege 😳" "Das nennt man Goodie okay? It's not a bug, it's a feature!"
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CarolaWolff Aug 13
Habe mich beim einrichten meines neuen Handys mit 'Unbekannter Systemfehler' herumgeschlagen. Finde jetzt allerdings, das wäre ne tolle Überschrift für ne Kurzgeschichte... *geht schreiben
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Kameron Hurley Aug 12
Harrow the Ninth made the NYT bestseller list. Write your weird-ass little book, friends. Write your weird little heart out.
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Quite Interesting Aug 12
A man said to the universe: "Sir, I exist!" "However," replied the universe, "The fact has not created in me A sense of obligation." STEPHEN CRANE
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Sinéad Gleeson Aug 11
Rebecca Solnit "The major threat to women always was/still is straight men and patriarchy. Trans women do not pose a threat to cis women. Feminism is a subcategory of human rights advocacy, so you can’t be a feminist if you’re not for other women’s rights."
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Maria Popova Aug 11
Edith Wharton died on this day in 1937, having lived through a World War and a global pandemic, leaving us her beautiful wisdom on how to live with "unassailable serenity" and be fully at home in our aloneness
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Micro SF/F stories Aug 11
Replying to @MicroSFF
The demon appeared in the pentagram and held out a hand. "The book." His summoner sat still in her bed, looking at the book in her lap. "Tell me, do you mind?" "No!" he growled. "No. I... enjoy this." She smiled and gave him the book. He opened it solemnly. "Now, where were we?"
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