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Novelicious Jan 19
Date a girl who reads Or better yet, date a girl who writes — Rosemarie Urquico
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Jon Winokur Jan 17
Writing's a lot like cooking. Sometimes the cake won't rise, no matter what you do, and every now and again the cake tastes better than you ever could have dreamed it would. NEIL GAIMAN
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Eleanor King 9h
I would love to connect with more writers on this platform so let me know a little bit about yourself and whatever you’re currently working on below! The has been so welcoming and kind, it would be great to meet more of you! ⭐️
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365 Writing Challenge 5h
Okay lets see those spaces !!!!!
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❤️ 6h
lil piece of ❤️❤️
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Scott Myers 8m
Kurt Vonnegut: “Somebody gets into trouble, then gets out of it again. People love that story. They never get tired of it.”
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Greg Blair 7h
. . . . . . . not writing. . . . . . . . 😜
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Angela Ackerman 13h
130 Emotions. 2 x the teaching content. More strategies for showing a character's feelings on the page. The Emotion Thesaurus: A Writer's Guide To Character (Second Edition!) ~ WRITERS HELPING WRITERS®
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The Orc Warchief 21s
"Don't hate on the open shirt. May be a little chilly sometimes, but the people love it. And you know me, I'm always a people pleaser." New art for Advensha drops this weekend.
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Emi852525 7h
Wrote this and now I'm looking for feedback. what do you think?
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Smarty Marty 17h
Puss In Boots I heard a meowing at the back door. It was a strange cat. I let him in and fed him. My husband grumbled, We don't need a weird cat. I replied, Marty goes around in a bathrobe and slippers. What's wrong with a cat in silly boots?
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Novelicious 8h
The world is a great ocean, upon which we encounter more tempestuous storms than calms Edgar Allan Poe Peter Holme III
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Sarah Lamar 10h
Chapter 1 outline is on the wall!!
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New Pop Lit 2h
JUST AS drivability is a crucial but overlooked part of an automobile, readability is a crucial component of the novel or story. A necessary starting point.
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Mike Whitacre 🍺 8h
Got a cup of afternoon coffee ready for a good chunk of . But, while I'm doing this, I got a question: Should I open a Discord account for when I finally get around to typing things on my Scrivener software? Give me an ecstatic reply! Likes and rts are meaningless to me.
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Stella Goulopoulou 8h
Writing, , writing. Revised manuscript was done yesterday and today the grant will be done too!
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Thorin Thompson 15h
Stuck in hotel in midtown . It's the best time to hammer out some !
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Adrian Morales 19h
That's true, so never give up
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Janelle Mack Jan 19
Replying to @schoolsoutlaw
I'm still a bit frustrated I'm also going to be kind to myself 👍🏽I wrote the script 👍🏽I finished the 90s vid 👍🏽I wrote 3 TV reviews this week 👍🏽I drove 12 hrs to my FT job 👍🏽I got my ass to therapy-2nd session EVER My stories & I have more time (here are some visuals)
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Scott Gallantry Jan 19
Hoping this is the one that kicks it off.
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