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Rebellious Writing
We're a group of young bloggers rebelling against glorifying darkness in novels. We hope to inspire a return to clean, inspiring books!
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Rebellious Writing Jul 10
You have stories, echoing in the chambers of your heart. Stories that will inspire. Stories that will well up tears. Stories that will heal. Never give up on writing; your stories need to be heard.
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Rebellious Writing Jul 10
Replying to @AddisonVallier
Hi Addison! Thanks so much for your support! It really means so much to us. We'd be happy to have you in our community! We have a Goodreads community that we'd love for you to join, and we're always looking for guest posts on our blog! 😊 Thanks again!
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Chelsea Amberlynn Jul 4
PSA: It's hard to rediscover the heart of your novel after being away from it. It's hard to find your flow and rhythm. It's hard to believe that every word you write isn't complete and utter crap. But with enough persistence and dedication, you'll get there again soon.
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Rebellious Writing Jun 30
Replying to @CaitlinALambert
Great advice! Queries are the very first impression! 😄
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Rebellious Writing Jun 28
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Rebellious Writing Jun 23
Words have power. They can break hearts, steal breath, furrow brows, or ignite. Wield the power of your words for good; reflect light, goodness, and hope. Then, lives will be changed.
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Rebellious Writing Jun 16
There's no denying writing is difficult. But inbetween the insecurity, the stress, and the tears, there is joy. Writing is a passion worth holding onto.
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Rebellious Writing Jun 2
Stories are personal. They come from the heart, they touch something deep inside of us. Stories can change lives. And so can yours.
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Totally Graced May 20
Every great novel that you've ever read was once a pile of messy papers, a series of seemingly endless word docs, a stray idea scribbled on a sticky note. Keep fighting. Keep working. Keep going.
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K.A. Emmons May 17
you are capable of sooo much more than you realize - so DO NOT GIVE UP NOW. not after you've come so far. not after you've put so much in. remember why you started and keep at it, friend
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Jacqueline Patterson May 15
"If you don't see the book you want on the shelf, write it." ---Beverly Cleary
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Rebellious Writing May 15
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Rebellious Writing May 13
Your words are special, because they're yours. You have a message, a light, a hope unlike any other. Keep writing, and be proud of yourself; no one can write like you.
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K.A. Emmons May 4
hey writers: you don't have to be "THE BEST EVER" to start writing your book. in fact, some of the most powerful, compelling, + important stories that have ever been written are by people who wouldn't even call themselves "writers"! it's about the STORY you are telling + WHY
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Rebellious Writing May 8
Thank you Chelsea! All the best with your writing! ❤️
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Rebellious Writing May 5
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A.R. Geiger May 5
I don’t write for the published book. I write to read the story I’ve been looking for in every library since I was six.
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Rebellious Writing May 5
The world is dark enough already. Let's write light, and hope, into it.
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K.A. Emmons May 3
now is not the time to give up on your project/dream/goal... now is the time to remember WHY you started. and keep moving forward.
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Rebellious Writing Apr 30
Writing is its own kind of magic. We all respond to the same words different ways. Some stories are written for just one person, not thousands. But a sprinkle of healing is far better than an explosion of meaningless glitter. Write for the one, not the many.
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