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Andrew Wood
I'm an aspiring Fantasy/Horror author, and I'm a content creator on Patreon! My first novel, Storm of Fury, can be found on Amazon!
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Andrew Wood 10h
Writing today. Writing tomorrow. Writing, writing, writing…I’d do something else, but, why would I want to do anything else?
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Andrew Wood 10h
Better run, better run, outrun my delete key.
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Andrew Wood 20h
Replying to @NeilElfberg
Make 'em suffer
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Andrew Wood 20h
Replying to @CassieCreek
Yeah me too!
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Andrew Wood Sep 24
When I write, I try to imagine that the characters are writing themselves and forging their own path, acting independent to their creator. They’ll have their struggles and trials, but whether they know it or not, they are faced with an undeniable destiny.
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Andrew Wood Sep 24
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Andrew Wood Sep 23
When you feel that urge to turn to a new wip and give up on your current manuscript.
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Andrew Wood Sep 23
To be a writer means you need to have tough skin, but you can’t be heartless. You must be emotional, but you can’t be disparaging. Profound, but not frivolous. Let your writing master you, even as you master it.
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Andrew Wood Sep 22
When you're a character just going about your merry adventure through the woods and the inciting incident jumps out at you.
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Andrew Wood Sep 22
What? Don’t be ridiculous. I’m not attached to my characters at all! *proceeds to spend seven hours deciding if a jerk deserves to go through mild trauma*
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Andrew Wood Sep 22
Replying to @ct_moor
Thanks!
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Andrew Wood Sep 22
Replying to @LexiKenan
Oh man, Lexi, never search. Never search. Especially don't search your character names. It will 100% ruin your day.
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Andrew Wood Sep 21
Personally I don't think finishing a book is an actual possibility.
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Andrew Wood Sep 21
I stared into the eyes of my manuscript and beheld the horror of an infinite unknown, of countless pages sprawling before me, of the endless possibilities and paths that my mind could take me down. Instead, I’ll write a few clichés! Dragons for the win!
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Andrew Wood Sep 20
Legends say that one day Writer's Block will be nothing more than a distant nightmare.
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Andrew Wood Sep 20
Hooray! Writing day! Say what you will about inspiration and writer’s block, but that doesn’t change how awesome writing is! Friday
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Andrew Wood Sep 20
"Kaven followed his gaze and felt his heat plummet into the depths of his being. Mayn saw it too and turned pale as a corpse. Standing on the horizon was a small figure, appearing no larger than a man at this distance. Yet even so, it was unmistakably a Titan."
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Andrew Wood Sep 19
The storm is coming. It’s been rising for a long time now, and its inevitable, unceasing crawl has finally reached the walls that protect mankind. The storm is here. Check out my fantasy novel today!
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Andrew Wood Sep 19
The mispronouncing words thing is more true than I care to admit.
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Andrew Wood Sep 19
Obvious Villain: Gosh golly, sir, I hope you make it to the mystical island and put the amulet back in its rightful place! That’s what’s supposed to happen! Me: *pauses writing* Am I being TOO subtle?
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