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At the Beach (England) by Andi Campbell-Jones || Website || FB || G+

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"If you want a happy ending, it depends on where you stop the story."
— Orson Welles 
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ursulatheseabitchh:

The last three Disney films that starred POC were the Emperor’s New Groove in 2000, Brother Bear in 2003 and Princess and the Frog in 2009.

What did they have in common?

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Exactly.

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#oh dear

"When men in government behave this way they betray the public’s trust. Maybe it’s time for more women to be in charge."

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#all i ever wanted to be #parks and rec

sallyjessyrofl:

harpercollins:

shakeshack:

Artist Nathan Pyle's gif guide to NYC street etiquette is handy for any city. Take it to the streets!

Urban etiquette, GIF’d.

I need this done for London. 

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#applies to any city tbh

peachy-prince:

Being a magical girl is tougher then it looks..

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#sailor moon
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# #louise brealey #sherlock

Ways to Weaken Your Story from the Beginning

fictionwritingtips:

The beginning of your novel is super important and it shouldn’t be taken lightly. Planning out the first few chapters of your novel can be difficult, so I’ve come up with a list of things you should try to avoid. For the most part, pulling from this list will weaken your story. I know there are always exceptions, but I can almost guarantee you many publishers and agents are tired of seeing the same plot devices used over and over again.

So, here are a few ways to automatically weaken your story from the first few sentences:

Start with a long description of your character.

Sure, it helps your readers to have an image of your main character in their minds, BUT you don’t need to put the full description in the first paragraph. There might be a few things you want to mention, but try not to go beyond that until the opportunity presents itself. A full report is not necessary and it will drag your writing down from the beginning. Get creative with how you introduce your character and their appearance. What’s important? What do your readers absolutely need to know? Go with that.

Start with a dream.

I know this does work occasionally, but it happens so often I’m sure most people are sick of it. Starting your novel with a dream is no longer very creative and your readers will just want you to get to the point. However, if you do start with a dream make sure it ties the story together in some way and it’s not just boring story filler.

OR

Start with your character waking up.

This happens so often it’s crazy. It’s alright to begin your novel with something other than your character starting their day. In fact, it’s more exciting when it does. We don’t need to see what they do in the morning or read about them staring at their reflection in the mirror as they get ready for the day. You can start your novel where you want, so do something interesting.

Start with the weather.

Unless your story directly relates to the weather, please try to open your novel with something else. No one really cares about the weather that much, unless it’s some sort of apocalyptic awesome weather, so avoid it where you can.

Start with character emotions/thoughts.

“Where am I?” Amy thought. This is pretty boring. So is, “Amy was sad.” You’re already starting off your novel by telling your readers what your main character is thinking. We want to see it and experience it ourselves. You want to give your readers something to picture. The first sentence of your novel should be exciting and draw your readers in.

-Kris Noel

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#YES GOOD
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#WHAT THE HELL #:DDDD
Anonymous said: Matsumoto Jun

Not My Type | Alright | Cute | Adorable | Pretty | Gorgeous | LORD HAVE MERCY

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alare-chan said: Lee Pace :-)

Not My Type | Alright | Cute | Adorable | Pretty | Gorgeous | LORD HAVE MERCY

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#alare-chan

mstrkrftz:

ağrı mountain(ararat) | ahmet harmancı

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"

Amy Poehler was new to SNL and we were all crowded into the seventeenth-floor writers’ room, waiting for the Wednesday read-through to start. There were always a lot of noisy “comedy bits” going on in that room. Amy was in the middle of some such nonsense with Seth Meyers across the table, and she did something vulgar as a joke. I can’t remember what it was exactly, except it was dirty and loud and “unladylike.”

Jimmy Fallon, who was arguably the star of the show at the time, turned to her and in a faux-squeamish voice said, “Stop that! It’s not cute! I don’t like it.”

Amy dropped what she was doing, went black in the eyes for a second, and wheeled around on him. “I don’t fucking care if you like it.” Jimmy was visibly startled. Amy went right back to enjoying her ridiculous bit. (I should make it clear that Jimmy and Amy are very good friends an there was never any real beef between them. Insert penis joke here.)

With that exchange, a cosmic shift took place. Amy made it clear that she wasn’t there to be cute. She wasn’t there to play wives and girlfriends in the boys’ scenes. She was there to do what she wanted to do and she did not fucking care if you like it.

I think of this whenever someone says to me, “Jerry Lewis says women aren’t funny,” or “Christopher Hitchens says women aren’t funny,” or “Rick Fenderman says women aren’t funny…Do you have anything to say to that?”

Yes. We don’t fucking care if you like it.

"
— Tina Fey, Bossypants  
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#amy ♥

radivs:

'The Best Days'

'Something Over Us'

'Crosslights'

by Ildiko Neer

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bachana said: kang dong won

Not My Type | Alright | Cute | Adorable | Pretty | Gorgeous | LORD HAVE MERCY | LOVE OF MY LIFE ♥

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#bachana
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