Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
A.G. Letterman||Writer|| Love Prevails May 20
IT'S ANOTHER FOLLOWING SPREEEEEEEEEE I've seen how generous the can be, so let's connect. Show your support, and lift your fellow . Say hi and we'll all follow. Please do the same. Retweet this to spread the vibes
Reply Retweet Like
M Wetzel May 20
What's your book title? Mine is, "The Daughter of Smoke and Wolves" 😄
Reply Retweet Like
David Collins May 20
Just planted another tree! 🤪😉
Reply Retweet Like
Morgan Wright May 20
I’m a . I don’t have to be normal.
Reply Retweet Like
Writing & Editing May 20
“Don’t over-describe things. Part of the enjoyment of stories is building your own picture from the clues the author provides. One interesting bit of detail is worth far more than ten bland ones.” -Chris D’Lacey Be Writing.
Reply Retweet Like
Writing & Editing May 19
Don't worry if you have a messy first draft. Messy first drafts provide us the soil to grow our story in. Your first draft needs to be a bit messy as you organize and discover new thoughts in your writing, so it has room enough to grow your story in. -Wrtr Be Writing.
Reply Retweet Like
Writing & Editing May 20
“A book acts as the getaway car when you need to escape. Even when you're the one writing it.” - Julie Wright ...Be Writing.
Reply Retweet Like
Lacey London May 20
Reply Retweet Like
Agatha Chocolats 10h
In six words or fewer, write a story about this photo.
Reply Retweet Like
Cynthia Cain May 20
looking for a few more books to read. Please send me a link to your book with a brief discription.
Reply Retweet Like
Jon Winokur 16h
If you're thinking of an idea in the shower or while you're walking your dog, and if it still sticks the next day there’s probably something to it.
Reply Retweet Like
Morgan Wright 18h
: Name the first book that made you want to become an author.
Reply Retweet Like
Brooke "Signature Braids" Obie May 19
wasn’t a total waste. There are some lessons, my fellow future TV showrunners: know the ending before you bother to start; foreshadowing/exposition aren’t stand-ins for character development; lay waste to an all-male writers room. Any others?
Reply Retweet Like
Stephan J. Hahn May 20
Who is more important when it comes to writing? The author, or the reader?
Reply Retweet Like

Related searches

#writerscommunity · #writingcommunity
P.A Mason 5h
Just cracked 40k on my WIP, happy dance, anyone?
Reply Retweet Like
Allison Ashley 9h
WHO decided to remove the E in JUDGE when creating the word JUDGMENTAL? 🤬 I spell it wrong Every. Dang. Time.
Reply Retweet Like
Jessica de la Davies 120K 1h
"Don't let anyone tell you that you can't recreate yourself. You can!" - Jessica de la Davies
Reply Retweet Like
K.M. Weiland 13h
"If you want to change the world, pick up your pen and write."--Martin Luther
Reply Retweet Like
Writing & Editing 7h
On Writing: “Your first sentence should make a promise that the rest of the story will keep.” -Francine Prose Be writing.
Reply Retweet Like
Lauren A. Berg May 20
Weird writing motivation: My weather app tells me there's going to be thunderstorm later this afternoon, so I want to finish my work by then so I can watch it with a cup of tea. Anyone else love themselves a little lightning and thunder?
Reply Retweet Like