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But if these years have taught me anything it is this: you can never run away. Not ever. The only way out is in.

Junot Díaz (via likeafieldmouse)

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Wonder Woman is there to kick ass not give you a boner

favorite response to some dude saying the Wonder Woman costume isn’t sexy enough on Facebook (via agentturner)

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diefantasie:

Doomblade by Dallas Williams
(A World of Fantasy)

diefantasie:

Doomblade by Dallas Williams

(A World of Fantasy)

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heathshedlake:

Top ten tips for aspiring authors

These are only my humble interpretation of writing tips for aspiring authors. TIP ONE: There are no rules in writing!

heathshedlake:

Top ten tips for aspiring authors

These are only my humble interpretation of writing tips for aspiring authors. TIP ONE: There are no rules in writing!

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Everything You Wanted To Know About Search Engine Optimization 

appledaniels:

Everything You Wanted To Know About Search Engine Optimization

TIP! Writing your articles based on keywords will help to optimize your content for search engines. By including the keywords that are relevant to the topic of your articles, the search engines will able to find them easier.

SEO is a good way to do better than the competition. To do this, you need to know the tips and tricks behind the techniques. This article will describe the best techniques…

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» Wading Through the Muddle: Writing Tips from Guest Author Mary Pearson

swoonreads:

A guest post by author Mary Pearson is up on the blog.

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mylifeistheprogressbar:

Super useful emotion chart for writers courtesy of Adam Furlanic.

mylifeistheprogressbar:

Super useful emotion chart for writers courtesy of Adam Furlanic.

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» http://brandonrchinn.tumblr.com/post/92964312046/keeping-your-hands-and-fingers-in-good-shape-is

brandonrchinn:

Keeping your hands and fingers in good shape is important, especially if you write quite often. Even though I’m only twenty-five, I can feel it get to me sometimes and have to take breaks. One thing that has really helped me are these little Chinese exercise balls (I don’t know the real name of…

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I tell you, struggle is what is missing in the lives of most young people today. If they think I’m going to support them while they create great works of art, then they’ve missed the point of my work, of my life! In the process of becoming a writer or an artist one has to be willing to starve. Struggle is the most invaluable experience of all. Suffering seems to be the inevitable fate of the creative sensitive types. Poverty, disease, death, unrequited love affairs, and disappointments of every sort fan the flame of the artistic spirit. The greatest works of art were not created by spoiled brats. They were born for the most part out of a sense of despair, and if not despair then just plain hard work. Somewhere along the line the artist learns the art of transformation.

Henry Miller, Reflections (via elililily)

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thewritechoice:

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https://www.etsy.com/shop/KokoDecoShop

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» A Million Discarded Words

ruthannereid:

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It strikes me that today is a day for encouragement.

All authors go through crazy stuff. We get rejected, we get unhelpful criticism. We get helpful criticism, and realize we have a lot to learn.

~~~~Take Heart.~~~~

Did you know that The Help was rejected more than SIXTY TIMES

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