What To Do & Not To Do To Get On A Writer’s Good Side

Hey guys! I finally stopped procrastinating and reblogged this for my awesome friend Jo! Go check out this wonderful post of hers and give her a follow and some love!

The Lens & The Hard Drive

F31769BB-1594-468F-B3FA-44B83270F603 How we feel when we write a high action part.

Ooh, first I’m being random about photography, and now I’m being random about writing. XD I wonder if I’ll ever have a normal post for once.

Nah!

So, anyway, it’s great to be with you all here. As some of you might know, NaNoWriMo, the official event, is coming up in 2ish weeks. Some of you have a head start, some are prepared, and others are frantically reading every article on story plotting they can find. I’ll trust you to figure out where I am. 🤓

But that got me thinking. For almost every writer participating, there’s also a few friends and family member who must surely think they’re crazy.

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There’s also gotta be a few friends who still want to be friends despite the request (or lack of it) for alphas every other day. If you’re in the latter…

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