I knew when I met him he’d be a great father, but watching him fall in love,...– Pink (People Magazine)
Best of Autocorrect
alionsheart: squeakz0rs: lets-have-a-wank: gabrielesque: marywithoutsound: rocknrollercoaster: i am dying. oh dear god. MOTTSAPPLESAUCE tears streaming down my face this really is the best. omg I’ve done some awful things as well :( HAHAHAHAHAHA. Fuck iPhones spell correction. Ohhh I love these :]
How to Bring Characters to Life
writingadvice: By Hope Hammond “When writing a novel a writer should create living people… people, not characters. A character is a caricature.” ~ Ernest Hemingway. The first tip for creating fictional character sketches is to make sure they’re actual people. Not just a hollow “caricature” — a real person. And, here are five ways to create a character sketch… Bringing Characters Alive...
You alone are enough. You have nothing to prove to anybody.– Maya Angelou (via kari-shma)
When Kathy Griffin Met Michele Bachmann →
fuckyeahfeminists: Kathy Griffin had the extreme pleasure of bumping into Michele Bachmann at a political event; the two ladies recognized one another and when they started to speak an assistant filmed the exchange, supposedly for Bachmann’s website. Kathy, always on top of her game, decided to ask the tea party princess if she’d attend a rally to repeal DADT — and when Bachmann said no,...
Choosing a Story Goal
writingadvice: By Glen C. Strathy The first and most important element of any plot is the Story Goal or Problem. This is the organizing idea around which the entire plot of your novel will be based. Without a goal, a plot becomes just a haphazard series of events with no meaning or purpose – one that will leave the reader wondering, “What was the point of that story?” With a clear goal,...
The greatest gift is the passion for reading. It is cheap, it consoles, it...– Elizabeth Hardwick (via breathingbooks)