Sorry for no prompts the past 2 days. My computer has been acting up! Things should be fixed now though! Onward, valiant steed!
Slowly queuing up prompts and other goodies for November since it’s going to be pretty hectic with NaNoWriMo.
I want to make sure that if you need a little inspiration during NaNo, you can turn here. And always feel free to message me with questions, concerns, or even how adorable your cat is being during NaNo (or anytime) because I will be online, and I love hearing from you all. I just don’t know if I’ll have the creative energy to switch over to writing prompts after grinding out word counts. So that’s why I’m working on it now :)
who spends an unreasonable amount of money on new books when they already have dozens of unread books at home
the answer is always me
A friend once told me that the real message Bram Stoker sought to convey in ‘Dracula’ is that a human being needs to live hundreds and hundreds of years to get all his reading done; that Count Dracula, basically nothing more than a misunderstood bookworm, was draining blood from the necks of 10,000 hapless virgins not because he was the apotheosis of pure evil but because it was the only way he could live long enough to polish off his extensive reading list. But I have no way of knowing if this is true, as I have not yet found time to read ‘Dracula.’
REBLOG IF YOU ARE A WRITER ON TUMBLR
IT DOES NOT MATTER WHAT KIND OF WRITER YOU ARE YOU CAN BE WRITING: POEMS, FANFICS, IDK NORMAL FICS, NOVELS, SHORT STORIES, IDK ANYTHING!! JUST REBLOG!!!
Me, while traveling.
And in waiting rooms.
And frequently at home with my family.
And at work.
There comes a certain satisfaction with finishing a good book. A sigh of “Now, that was a great read”. Or maybe a curious look around at what has changed since you last popped out of the fiction world, minutes or even hours ago. And then there is always that moment where you’re thinking, “Off to the next one,” with a sense of pride and wonderment.