thorsty:


This is no trick, brother… Only your heart’s desire.

Thor: Crown of Fools #1 (2013)

CAN SOMEONE EXPLAIN THIS TO ME

thorsty:

This is no trick, brother… Only your heart’s desire.

Thor: Crown of Fools #1 (2013)

CAN SOMEONE EXPLAIN THIS TO ME


firebender-in-the-tardis:

walkingmyhellhound:

If I’ve learned anything from video games, it is that when you meet enemies, it means that you’re going in the right direction.

This is one of the most profound things I’ve ever heard


juju-prouvaire:

Massive Writing Resource Database

shadegarden:

thewritingcafe:

Words and References:



thatgirlmaureen:

Now writing: I fell in love with a ************ once 

thatgirlmaureen:

Now writing: I fell in love with a ************ once 


"Catching Fire" and "Mockingjay," Suzanne Collins

the-bookbutler:

I will just come right out and say it: this review is almost entirely about Mockingjay.

All things considered, I was reasonably fond of Catching Fire. My frustration with the love triangle plot definitely remained, but there were parts I genuinely enjoyed about the book. Seeing glimpses of life in other districts and the transformation of 12, for example. Knowing that there was a broader world out there (something I suspected; isn’t there a secret safe zone in every distopian novel, these days?), meeting the members of the 75th Annual Hunger Games, watching the people who care for Katniss rally up around her … These things, I liked a lot.

And then, Mockingjay.

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Seconded. Every word. If I wrote a review about Mockingjay, it would be exactly like this. The first two were much more solid in all the ways, and then - this. Great review. 


unwrittennature:


Stairway

Seonjoo Kim

unwrittennature:

Stairway



Fanfic writers

deanplease:

The verb “to keen” means to express grief verbally; to wail in lamentation. It is a cry of grief by definition, and does not have any secondary meaning. It is a sound of sadness.


"I don’t know much about creative writing programs. But they’re not telling the truth if they don’t teach, one, that writing is hard work, and, two, that you have to give up a great deal of life, your personal life, to be a writer."
— Doris Lessing (via writingquotes)