thebookqueen
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19, Canadian. Book blogger, reader, and reviewer. Feel free to ask me questions and recommend books for me to read. Not everything I blog about will be books but most of it will be. If you would like to know more about me please take a look at the link in the sidebar or ask me questions.
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fuckyeahocdevelopment:

Similar to motives, each character has a trait they cannot control. This is also known as the character’s worst flaw, or neurosis as a technical term.

More often than not, the character’s worst flaw will get them in trouble. It will cause conflict and provide…

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northhelps:

This article here has some tips for writers on how to create unique plots. As we know, ideas are almost always recycled, and there are hardly more than a handful of different major plots being written worldwide, and across generations. However, we can still attempt to create…

latifahthereader:

A small book-haul. 😍

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itsprongs:

Oh god guys. JK Rowling is a genius, and so is this person.

the thing I love about this fandom is that there are 7 books and 8 movies to observe. so every once in a while some blessed soul finds a piece of information that makes all the magic resurface again

Mind. Blown. 

Oh Lord…it’s a metaphor too. It’s symbolic of Neville holding on to his past, the horrors of what happened to his parents, of being a passive vessel for that atrocity. As if the terrible thing kept happening and would never stop happening. 

When he moves forward and becomes part of his own story instead of the story of his past, his strength surges. 

TEAM NEVILLE FOR LIFE

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ebookfriendly:

Adorable summer reading nook! http://ebks.to/1sMV8wC

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elumish:

It’s pretty easy, especially if you haven’t written in a while, to lose how “you write”. People generally develop styles or ways of writing that they use for fiction that are generally very different from how they write academic papers. This is by necessity: academic papers are by…

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kingcheddarxvii:

Oh cool it’s the classic Mario Kart 64 stage, Rainbow Roa— YOOOOOOOOOOOOO

oh my god this is glorious

but does the jumpoff shortcut still work

lindsey asks the important questions

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