Club Fang

Jul 25

glitter-gut:

stabmeintheneck:

this dudebro in my english class said that ophelia deserved to die because “she led hamlet on” and my teacher threw her book against the wall

your teacher’s aim sucks

(Source: stabmeintheneck, via thatbooksmell)

Fencing is not proper behavior for a princess,” [the king] told her in the gentle-but-firm tone recommended by the court philosopher.

Cimorene tilted her head to one side. “Why not?”

“It’s … well, it’s simply not done.”

Cimorene considered. “Aren’t I a princess?”

“Yes, of course you are, my dear,” said her father with relief. He had been bracing himself for a storm of tears, which was the way his other daughters reacted to reprimands.

“Well, I fence,” Cimorene said with the air of one delivering an unshakable argument. “So it is too done by a princess.

” — from Dealing with Dragons by Patricia C. Wrede (via mendanbar)

(via writersyoga)

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(Source: desiretoinspire.net, via wenchingwithshakespeare)

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Jul 23

fragilewriting said: So I just finished the first draft of my 80k word novel. I've already printed it all out, but how do I start editing? Where do I start?

theauthorsnetwork:

Hello! 

Congratulations on your novel! It’s a good thing you printed it since spotting mistakes on screen can be a bit harder. 

Here are some tips: 

As for the novel itself:

Don’t be afraid if you edit many times. Always keep in mind that the first draft is the most edited one, you might be even surprised by how the story turns out in the end. 

Always make sure that you are happy about what you’ve written. 

Thank you so much for asking, we hope we answered your question. If you have any further inquiries please do tell. If anyone would like to add something, please tell us. Thank you again. :)

_The Authors’ Network.

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fuscience:

heartsyhawk:

darklordflareon:

he died a hero’s death

What a magnificent problem to have.

fuscience:

heartsyhawk:

darklordflareon:

he died a hero’s death

What a magnificent problem to have.

(via modern-major-cannibal)