Hear me out… Theater kid energy is a kid named Ryan. Remember Ryan from High School Musical? Originally posted by chelsea-daniels Then there’s the other Ryan, you know… This Ryan from La La Land. Originally posted by lilpieceofmyworld How could we forget about Deadpool Ryan?   Originally posted by kookookafreakinchoo Never! Originally posted by chelsea-daniels…

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It’s kind of like the Velveteen Rabbit, but for books. “When a child loves you for a long, long time… you become Real… Once you are Real you can’t be ugly, except to people who don’t understand.” Originally posted by realmaradyer Well, the concept’s much the same for stories. Time turns the fantasy into something you don’t…

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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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It sounds like a disease, doesn’t it? “Stages”. Yet, lurking in places that authors gather like abandoned bookstores and Tumblr, I’ve noticed three common struggles that absolutely devastate authors. And here they are.   STAGE ONE: Self-doubt. Am I good enough? My writing is so childish. But that author was famous when they were only…

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