If you make anything, art or stories or music or any type of creative medium, odds are you’ve heard the defeating thoughts that are built on doubt, the self-comparison game, or a period of just feeling low about yourself (no matter the cause). These thoughts? Yeah, they’re cruel and unfortunately common if you’re feel low.…

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Writer Thoughts While Watching Lucifer It’s your favorite binge-watching writer here! Today, we’re going to be covering Lucifer Morningstar and his wicked cool entourage. Originally posted by but-the-truth-lies Without further ado, here are some observations I had as a writer while watching “Lucifer” go about his devilish deeds. Originally posted by lucifer-gifs 1. Bad boys.…

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When I first started out writing, I tried to stay nice and neatly in my lane. High fantasy? Alright then, only things that Tolkien would be proud of. Paranormal romance? Fae and vampires it is. Originally posted by julielilac When I was just starting out, I didn’t realize that you could combine genres or generally…

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Okay, okay. So, hear me out. I know I’m somewhere in the realm of 2-15,000 years late with this. But I started watching Mr. Robot, and let me tell you… It’s a trip. Originally posted by patateslipanda From the in-depth analysis on corporations to the hacker-vigilante team. You don’t know who or HOW to trust…

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Two words. One title. A few authors that got me through my weird “too geeky to be goth but too internally fearful of being goth to show it so I guess I’m gonna try to be an awkward prep or something” teenage phase. Good Omens. Originally posted by lousolversons The love story beyond humanity and out-of-this…

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Writing scripts for the stage or screenplays is a whole other universe outside the realm of novels. However, if you’re interested in alternative storytelling mediums, here are some tips I can give you based on my own experiences. 1. Learn the formatting. Whether you’re supposed to use Final Draft or just a whole lot of…

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There was a point in my life where I really related to John Mulaney’s comedy sketch joke that he was a chronic people pleaser. “Running for the mayor of nothing” was the line when it came to trying to make others happy. I wanted to do the same thing for the longest time. Write to…

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I fall in love a little every day without realizing it. I guess there’s something silly about that, something akin to being a hopeless romantic. If someone has a kind smile or a voice that reminds me of some celebrity. If they walk into the room with a swagger, a jacket slung over one shoulder…

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1. You woke up this morning and started your day, and regardless of how you started it, you’re here now. I’m happy you’re here to read this. 2. You have a wonderful laugh. 3. Somewhere, somebody is thinking about you. Even if it’s just that one person you held the door open for, you made…

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