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Erin Sep 19
When you get a pretty new notebook but you can't write in it because it's so pretty
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Ally for Black lives 51m
First draft ms printed; now out of paper for children to do schoolwork this week. Oops.
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Courtney Jones 18m
Does anyone have a word that they are having way too much difficulty trying to spell correctly the first time? Today mine is "Dashboard."
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Natasha O'Connor Sep 17
I know I need a break from editing when I start struggling to remember words I should know. Pretty happy with this world-building but I'm still only at chapter 12 out of 28, which is about to become 29. Le sigh.
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Gary Hopkins 1h
When you’re supposed to be sorting out your parents’ loft but spend most of the time assembling generations of collected oddities and knick-knacks into a kind of aesthetic to inspire either a future story or character
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Erin Sep 16
Me writing dialogue: Witty banter. Jokes. Effortless conversation. Part that always jumps into my head first. Me actually talking: Awkward small talk. Lack of eye contact. Oh is that the time already? Gotta go (home and read that is).
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Christina Bergling Sep 18
Somehow, we inevitably end up back here... 😆😆🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️
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Holly Jones 📚 Sep 19
Three-page paper due tomorrow. I wrote ten and now have to figure out how to cut it back.
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Molly Thynes Sep 17
What is it about sleep deprivation that makes you miserable, but also gives you the best writing days you've had in months? Just watch. After 10 hours sleep, I'll be wide awake and accomplish nothing
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Jennifer Worrell (she): #author, demented camel Sep 17
Narrator: 7.5 years have passed without incident. Me: I'm making great progress with these edits. Word: You know what I ain't done in a minute? Crash
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Shree Sep 19
Writing a good novel will ultimately demand loads of research on the characters' backstories, their jobs, and even their messy mistakes. Granted I can just simplify the story, but it would also end up looking like a restaurant menu when it's done. Day4
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Author Mary Wockenfuss Sep 12
49 days till begins, y'all! I can't wait! Any other out there excited for this crazy 30-day adventure? Still arguing with myself over which project to work on for NaNoWriMo. Project Energy - no, the Shiny New Idea - no, Project Energy - no!
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Orla Hart Sep 15
So I need a website and a brand and a logo and a business plan. But I just like making up stories. Brand identity is my biggest struggle right now - what's yours?
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Danielle/D.E. Carriere 16h
I love it when I sit down to write and end up with 2,000 fewer words than when I started. 🤦🏻‍♀️
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Rob Greene, writing as R.W.W. Greene Sep 16
I am not a huge fan of writing in first-person POV because, for me, it's hard to stay out of that 'I'm telling this story to some unknown listener" mode. Still, there are things you can do in first-person that you simply cannot in the other POVs.
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ꂵꉻꉻꑄꏂ—B҉ o҉ n҉ B҉ o҉ n҉ Sep 18
One day I might just have muse for all my accounts but it tends to fluctuate depending upon the day and what kind of writing I want to do that day. 🤷‍♀️
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Karissa Riffel Sep 18
Me: I’m going to set a strict writing schedule for myself so I can apply for the We Need Diverse Books mentorship next month. Also me: I think I’m going to create a language for my new fantasy idea.
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Abigail Falanga Sep 17
Writing is going to be very hard for a while...🙄 😆
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.・silver ✭・.・。. Sep 17
legit question though, for i guess: How do I "Show don't Tell" my backstory in a way that doesn't feel forced?
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Jean Lee Sep 17
: When Life's River Changes Course (Or, Transforming shortfalls into Successful ) via
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