Fanfic recommendations of 2017

As you all may know, I write a lot of fanfiction. However, I also read a ton as well when I’m not writing my fanfiction or working at original fiction. I thought it would be nice for you all to see a number of fanfics I found this year and really liked! “Smooth Words and …

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The Books and Music Tag!

Warning: This post contains some spoilers for various books, particularly “Untamed City,” “The Young Elites,” “The Rose Society” and “Roses & Rot.” Read cautiously if you wish to avoid said spoilers! So, this is a little different than my usual posts, but I came across this thing called “The Books and Music Tag” on BooksInNeed’s …

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#31daysofselfcare: Reflections on postitforward’s 31 Days Of Self Care Challenge

If any of you follow me on Tumblr, you might have noticed the varying amounts of posts tagged #31daysofselfcare during December 2016. This was for postitforward’s  “31 Days of Self-Care challenge,” which is where you participate in the 31 prompts that postitforward made for the whole month of December and put up posts about each …

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Listen to the Music: Why I like listening to music while writing

Some writers need to have the right atmosphere when writing. I've heard of past writers putting rotten apples in their desk and the scent of said apples would motivate them to write, or that another writer might lock him or herself up in their own room and write in silence. What do I do to …

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Writer’s Block (and a few ways to get past it)

I have a feeling that people go through this sort of situation at least once in their lives, if not multiple times: You're having a great time writing, and you're just almost done writing this fanfic, or original short story, or something, when all of a sudden, your mind goes blank. Musical numbers of doom go off in your …

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