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brokensilence137:

dynaroo:



I think this bird got confused when someone told him he belonged in the sky.
He decided to be the sky instead.

brokensilence137:

dynaroo:

image

I think this bird got confused when someone told him he belonged in the sky.

He decided to be the sky instead.

(via thecutestofthecute)

takealettermaria:

take all my fucking money

(Source: grim-badwolf, via thecutestofthecute)

Don’t share work-in-progress with non-writers. Indeed, don’t even discuss it. Think of work-in-progress as an egg around which the shell has not yet hardened. I told my wonderful husband, a newspaper editor, my idea for a scene I wanted to write. ‘It sounds like a cliché to me,’ he said. I winced—but as an editor on a daily deadline, his job is to derail weak ideas before they waste anyone’s time. As a fiction writer, mine is to trust my ideas, follow them around dark corners and see what turns up. Thankfully, I wrote my scene. The story won a prize that took me to Russia, ran in a top literary magazine, and was published in my first book.
– Dylan Landis (via mttbll)

(Source: writersdigest.com, via yeahwriters)

jaimelannisters-hand:

Sanjai, a 20-years old bull (male elephant), sees himself for the first time in front of a mirror. [x]

This is so amazing

(Source: memoriesofelephants, via ozgirl6)

niknak79:

There’s something unsettling about the peanut butter

niknak79:

There’s something unsettling about the peanut butter

(via feminist-space)

medievalpoc:

Interactive Map: The History of Gender Diversity

This interactive map from PBS is a good starting point for people who would like to learn the history of gender diversity around the world. Although the information isn’t anything I would cite directly or take without a grain of salt, it’s a testament to the fact that gender categories are nowhere near as universal as many seem to believe they are. It also isn’t complete-there are many more peoples, cultures, and genders to explore beyond the map as well.

Related: Medievalpoc tagged “qpoc”

noshameinoursickness:

recovery/mental-health/advice blog

noshameinoursickness:

recovery/mental-health/advice blog

(Source: thislifesalightningbolt, via nothingeverlost)

mashable:

Photographer Reveals the Lonely Side of Superheroes

Photographer Benoit Lapray’s photo series, “The Quest for Absolute" focuses on the loneliness of famous superheroes, set in the beautiful, yet desolate landscape of the French Alps.

(via omg-dj-judy)

oldtobegin:

my seeds have sprouted and now i have a little friend

oldtobegin:

my seeds have sprouted and now i have a little friend

(Source: baggybulldogs, via thecutestofthecute)

brokensilence137:

dynaroo:



I think this bird got confused when someone told him he belonged in the sky.
He decided to be the sky instead.

brokensilence137:

dynaroo:

image

I think this bird got confused when someone told him he belonged in the sky.

He decided to be the sky instead.

(via thecutestofthecute)

takealettermaria:

take all my fucking money

(Source: grim-badwolf, via thecutestofthecute)

smallestbird said: tweet tweet? tweet!

thecutestofthecute:

image

Don’t share work-in-progress with non-writers. Indeed, don’t even discuss it. Think of work-in-progress as an egg around which the shell has not yet hardened. I told my wonderful husband, a newspaper editor, my idea for a scene I wanted to write. ‘It sounds like a cliché to me,’ he said. I winced—but as an editor on a daily deadline, his job is to derail weak ideas before they waste anyone’s time. As a fiction writer, mine is to trust my ideas, follow them around dark corners and see what turns up. Thankfully, I wrote my scene. The story won a prize that took me to Russia, ran in a top literary magazine, and was published in my first book.
– Dylan Landis (via mttbll)

(Source: writersdigest.com, via yeahwriters)

jaimelannisters-hand:

Sanjai, a 20-years old bull (male elephant), sees himself for the first time in front of a mirror. [x]

This is so amazing

(Source: memoriesofelephants, via ozgirl6)

niknak79:

There’s something unsettling about the peanut butter

niknak79:

There’s something unsettling about the peanut butter

(via feminist-space)

(Source: weheartit.com, via yeahwriters)

medievalpoc:

Interactive Map: The History of Gender Diversity

This interactive map from PBS is a good starting point for people who would like to learn the history of gender diversity around the world. Although the information isn’t anything I would cite directly or take without a grain of salt, it’s a testament to the fact that gender categories are nowhere near as universal as many seem to believe they are. It also isn’t complete-there are many more peoples, cultures, and genders to explore beyond the map as well.

Related: Medievalpoc tagged “qpoc”

noshameinoursickness:

recovery/mental-health/advice blog

noshameinoursickness:

recovery/mental-health/advice blog

(Source: thislifesalightningbolt, via nothingeverlost)

mashable:

Photographer Reveals the Lonely Side of Superheroes

Photographer Benoit Lapray’s photo series, “The Quest for Absolute" focuses on the loneliness of famous superheroes, set in the beautiful, yet desolate landscape of the French Alps.

(via omg-dj-judy)

(Source: melkor88, via nothingeverlost)

oldtobegin:

my seeds have sprouted and now i have a little friend

oldtobegin:

my seeds have sprouted and now i have a little friend

(Source: baggybulldogs, via thecutestofthecute)

"Don’t share work-in-progress with non-writers. Indeed, don’t even discuss it. Think of work-in-progress as an egg around which the shell has not yet hardened. I told my wonderful husband, a newspaper editor, my idea for a scene I wanted to write. ‘It sounds like a cliché to me,’ he said. I winced—but as an editor on a daily deadline, his job is to derail weak ideas before they waste anyone’s time. As a fiction writer, mine is to trust my ideas, follow them around dark corners and see what turns up. Thankfully, I wrote my scene. The story won a prize that took me to Russia, ran in a top literary magazine, and was published in my first book."

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A photo (and other!) prompt blog to help you find inspiration and get over your creative block. Let these images inspire you however you like! Create a character, find a setting, come up with a theme - write something short, something long, or whatever suits your fancy.

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