How to take advantage of NaNoWriMo

risingsignals:

November is almost here, which means thousands of writers will be trying to meet a daily writing goal. But how do you do that? Maybe you hear about NaNoWriMo and think, “I want to but I don’t have time! And every time I try to write it feels uninspired and boring.”

If that’s you, I have some…

Prepping For NaNoWriMo

lillyofthevalley-94:

On the outside

On the inside

NaNoWrimo 2 Week Prep - Day 3: Meet Your Main Character

inthewritemind:

Main Characters are important. I mean, your whole story kind of revolves around them. So having an in-depth, well thought out main character is important. Your job today is to get a solid grip on who your protagonist is as a person and their backstory.

Some people like to name their characters…

xtcetera:

so, since it’s been established that I am a sappy little turd,

xtcetera:

so, since it’s been established that I am a sappy little turd,

(via kakashiskunoichi)

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catsbeaversandducks:

"… om nom nom nom nom nom nom nom nom
*breathes*
nom nom nom nom nom nom nom nom nom nom…”

Photos via Sad and Useless 

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Layton Girls -  Rainbow

(Source: hersheldescole)

studyinstyle:

A true gentleman
helps those in distress
cleans up after himself and others, should the need arise
leaves no puzzle unsolved
doesn’t pry into other people’s business
never underestimates the power of tea
shows gratitude to his teachers
keeps an open mind
keeps promises
expresses gratitude for the hospitality of others
has hobbies
stays strong
never makes a scene in public
always has good penmanship
keeps calm and carries on, even when distressed
gets some exercise
doesn’t play on ladders
(by x & x)
(Of course, this holds just as true for all gentlefolk)

studyinstyle:

A true gentleman

  • helps those in distress
  • cleans up after himself and others, should the need arise
  • leaves no puzzle unsolved
  • doesn’t pry into other people’s business
  • never underestimates the power of tea
  • shows gratitude to his teachers
  • keeps an open mind
  • keeps promises
  • expresses gratitude for the hospitality of others
  • has hobbies
  • stays strong
  • never makes a scene in public
  • always has good penmanship
  • keeps calm and carries on, even when distressed
  • gets some exercise
  • doesn’t play on ladders

(by xx)

(Of course, this holds just as true for all gentlefolk)