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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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Abbie Emmons Jan 17
DON'T GIVE UP. You can do anything you set your mind to. You WILL reach your goal if you just DON'T QUIT. Believe in yourself. Speak positive things. Keep moving forward.
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Rebellious Writing Jan 17
It's okay to have days when you take a step back. Remember, you breathe air, not ink and paper. Take a few moments to embrace the world, and your story will thrive because of it.
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Rebellious Writing Jan 16
Never forget that you were given your story for a reason. It wasn't by chance; it was for a reason. Now what will you do with it?
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K.A. Emmons Jan 8
PLEASE DO ME A FAVOR. when you are describing what your book is about, please do NOT preface it with "oh, it's just..." NO, it isn't "just" it is MAGNIFICENT. THAT IS ALL.
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Rebellious Writing Jan 15
Replying to @ReeInspired
That's beautiful 😊
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Rebellious Writing Jan 15
Words can... - Excite - Ignite - Inspire - Heal Yes, your words too.
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Rebellious Writing Jan 14
It's okay to doubt. It's okay to have bad days and even bad weeks and months. The bad times will always make you stronger so long as you never give in to them
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K.M. Weiland Jan 14
you waffle back and forth, wondering whether you're the most brilliant writer ever--or the worst.
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K.M. Weiland Jan 13
“Great literature is simply language charged with meaning to the utmost possible degree.” -Ezra Pound
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Rebellious Writing Jan 12
Write what makes you joyful, write what gives you hope, write what makes your soul sing and your spirit fly, and one day, you'll find a reader who loves the words and stories you weave.
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K.A. Emmons Jan 12
if you would still write it even if no one ever read it... that's when you know you are a writer.
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Rebellious Writing Jan 12
A question: Who are you writing for? - For the person who needs your story? - For God? - For a loved one? - For yourself? - For someone else? Whoever you're writing for, do them proud, and keep writing.
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K.M. Weiland Jan 10
you write to have an impact on the world.
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Rebellious Writing Jan 10
We have a new book review up on the blog! Check it out here:
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K.A. Emmons Jan 8
i cannot say don't let people tell you that you can't do something. people can say whatever they want tbh. but i can tell you this: don't believe them.
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J. A. Patterson Jan 9
Remember: Your notebook is a portal from the normal world to the safety of the writing realm. Always keep it with you.
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Rebellious Writing Jan 9
Even though you think you can't go on, can't write, can't believe in yourself, can't ever achieve your dream... You can. You always can.
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Rebellious Writing Jan 8
Remember -- every day is a new opportunity to chase your dreams and do what you love. Don't let whatever happened yesterday distract you from doing that.
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Abigail Geiger Jan 7
Some writing is tough. It’s difficult, it’s work. Some is joy, like flying. Both are important.
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Rebellious Writing Jan 6
You may fear ever sharing your writing; you might tremble at the idea. But know this: you are braver than you think. You are bold, and you are courageous. And you are stronger than you know, because you poured your heart into your story. Many have not been as brave.
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