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thinking about that quote that’s like “to be loved is to go through the mortifying ideal of being known” and how that equates to writing. when you publish/post a work, be it fanfiction, poetry, a book, a text post, you’re exposing your inner workings to the world for it to judge as it sees fit. and to have someone engage with those intimate inner parts of you, those pieces of your soul translated into letters, and to love it, to leave a good review, to hit like/reblog, to buy it in the store- it makes it worth the risk of being known and being hated, of being known and being embarrassed, because you were known and you were loved.

and honestly, that’s a wonderful gift.

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You have a hazy memory of a rock-strewn plain, an overcast sky, and a woman in silver armour. You always thought it was a dream, or maybe some movie which you didn’t remember. Until the day you got into a car accident, and awoke to find yourself in the same place, the woman standing in front of you.

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Your advisors told you that it was a potion to restore your health. Since you trusted them implicitly, you listened to them without a second thought. As vitality began to flow through your veins, and you smiled and sat up, you noticed their horrified looks.

“What’s wrong?” you asked.

“That was poison!” one hissed. “You’re supposed to be dead by now!”

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Shoutout to writers who dream of writing

Shoutout to writers who read so much they don’t know what to write

Shoutout to writers too worried to be seen as worried and obsessive about their writing errors

Shoutout to writers who think their works would never be good enough (that ain’t true)

Shoutout to writers who always support other’s work more than their owns.



We need you more than you think.

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Following a break out from a large prison in the middle of nowhere, several inmates take refuge in an abandoned Hut in the nearby forest. What they don’t know is that the Hut is haunted by the ghost of the last prison warden, a curmudgeonly old man who hanged himself there.

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Since I have a very good friend ( @madluluwriting ) that listens to me on discord even when I ramble during 3 hours, I was able to plot the first act of my Nano scene by scene and honestly it’s the very first time I have this much prepared for a writing session. I’m so happy and so proud, so thanks again to my Madz 🥰🥰

It’s like this story exists a little more and it’s all thanks to you (it’s also a bit thanks to me but let’s be honest, my brain is effective only when he wants to, and writing things in a table is not as fun as explaining to my best friend how my characters are dumb lmao) !!!

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People gain powers from the animals that they control. Powerful mages spend decades taming such mighty creatures as dragons and manticores, for the sole purpose of gaining extraordinary power. You, however, have only a pet raccoon- and yet somehow, you are the mightiest mage in the whole world.

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i want to know how the stars feel on my skin and how the moon smells and i want to lay down on soft grass and i want raindrops to fall into my skin so i can be a part of the sea and the clouds. i want to be a part of this world so desperately that my heart glows at the thought.

but instead im stuck in my room studying for a job i’ll hate

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When it comes to your writing, you are allowed to do the following:

  • Be proud of your work.
  • Have fun. 
  • Enjoy the process.
  • Celebrate milestones no matter what they are, whether that’s 100 words written in a day, 5k words finished this week, or a final draft.
  • Take breaks.
  • Rest.
  • Do other things that have nothing to do with writing.
  • Work as fast or as slow as you like.
  • Write “cliches”.
  • Outline.
  • Fly by the seat of your pants.
  • Partly-outline it and fly by the seat of your pants the rest of the way.
  • Rewrite.
  • Write to publish.
  • Write with no intention to publish.
  • Write for only yourself alone.

Feel free to add on!

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Day 1/10

I started. Half planned, half intuited, I satrted.


Here is my major 3 tasks from the day.

1. Writing my own stories, book reviews and posting it once a week on my blog.

2. Studying for that competitive exam I don’t think I can crack.

3. Learning about writing. Currently learning from masterclass.


Along with that I’ve job, exercising and social life (which I’m very bad at maintaining)


Even though I have wrote 100 days for productivity in my journal I’m counting it for only 15. Only for 15 days I’ll see how far I can go.

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Random Question: Does anyone else have one song (or playlist) you listen to when you write that gives you instant motivation, but has little or nothing to do with the things you write? It’s just your ‘get writing’ song for some reason?

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