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godbless-st-cyr:

Are you okay, Tumblr?

This sounds like an excerpt from Hitchiker’s Guide.


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likearumchocolatesouffle:

thealmightytrebleclef:

someone try my 2048

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THIS IS LEGITIMATELY THE GREATEST THING

(I think Ryder is 1024? So I was pretty close to the end! I’m gonna try again!)

I hit 5048 before I gave up and started hitting random keys because I had to leave…


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Fruity Summer SorbetsStrawberry Banana1 1/2 cups frozen strawberries 1 1/2 bananas (fresh) 1/4 cup lemon (or lime) juice 1/3 cup maple (or agave) syrupPineapple Banana2 fresh bananas 1 1/2 cups frozen pineapple 1/2 cup coconut milk 1/3 cup maple (or agave) syrupZippy Wild Blueberry1 1/2 cups frozen wild blueberries 1/2 cup lemon (or lime) juice 1/2 cup maple (or agave) syrup 1 fresh banana 1/2 tsp ginger powder or grated fresh gingerSpicy Mango1 1/2 cups frozen mango 1 fresh banana 1/3 cup lemon (or lime) juice 1/2 cup maple (or agave) syrup a few dashes of cayenne powderDirectionsAdd all ingredients of desired sorbet to a high speed blender. Blend until smooth, but keep it as thick and frosty as possible. Pour into freezer-friendly container. (Metal works best, but anything will do.) Chill until firm, scoop, and serve.

Fruity Summer Sorbets

Strawberry Banana
1 1/2 cups frozen strawberries
1 1/2 bananas (fresh)
1/4 cup lemon (or lime) juice
1/3 cup maple (or agave) syrup

Pineapple Banana
2 fresh bananas
1 1/2 cups frozen pineapple
1/2 cup coconut milk
1/3 cup maple (or agave) syrup

Zippy Wild Blueberry
1 1/2 cups frozen wild blueberries
1/2 cup lemon (or lime) juice
1/2 cup maple (or agave) syrup
1 fresh banana
1/2 tsp ginger powder or grated fresh ginger

Spicy Mango
1 1/2 cups frozen mango
1 fresh banana
1/3 cup lemon (or lime) juice
1/2 cup maple (or agave) syrup
a few dashes of cayenne powder

Directions
Add all ingredients of desired sorbet to a high speed blender. Blend until smooth, but keep it as thick and frosty as possible. Pour into freezer-friendly container. (Metal works best, but anything will do.) Chill until firm, scoop, and serve.


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kidnap-the-muse:

upallnightogetloki:

greynasdire:

ink-and-mischeif:

Friendly reminder that anger is a secondary emotion. It follows pain, disappointment, grief, shock, sadness… So when Bruce says this, he’s actually saying, "That’s my secret, Cap. I’m always suffering."  

WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS OMG

FUCKING SHIT WTF

kidnap-the-muse:

upallnightogetloki:

greynasdire:

ink-and-mischeif:

Friendly reminder that anger is a secondary emotion. 
It follows pain, disappointment, grief, shock, sadness… 

So when Bruce says this, he’s actually saying,

"That’s my secret, Cap. I’m always suffering."  

WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS OMG

FUCKING SHIT WTF


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lazysmirk:

Just in case you forget this exists.
It exists.

lazysmirk:

Just in case you forget this exists.

It exists.


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Movie Links for people who have nothing to do: 

hogwartsspoilers:

Dear John
Paranormal Activity 
Paranormal Activity 2
Paranormal Activity 3
American Psycho (2000)
17 Again
Sucker Punch 
I am Number Four
The Hangover
Captain America
Tangled 
American History X
The Duchess
500 Days of Summer
Thor
Easy A
Inception
Orphan
Saving Private Ryan
Shutter Island
Confessions Of A Shopaholic 
The Holiday
The Break Up
The Da Vinci Code
Mrs Doubtfire 
Braveheart
The King’s Speech
Pride and Prejudice (2005)
Jennifer’s Bod
The Time Travelers Wife
Titanic
Night At The Museum 
Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging
Spirited Away
Toy Story
Toy Story 2
Toy Story 3
Zombieland
21
Hairspray
Remember Me
Despicable Me
The Devil Wears Prada 
Coraline
27 Dresses
Bridesmaids
Princess Diaries 1
Princess Diaries 2
The Notebook
Bounty Hunter
P.s I love you
The Avengers (2012)
The Dark Knight
Inglorious Basterds


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So I was derping around Tumblr… 

goldenperception:

fuckyeahcharacterdevelopment:

And I found some great writing help blogs, several of which were created very recently.

dailycharacterdevelopment — daily character development exercises.

krisnoel — a lot of writing tips, but some other stuff as well.

bad-fanfiction — mostly tips on how to avoid making bad fanfiction, which apply to original fiction as well.

writingbox — help for writers along with other writing stuff.

occritiques — character critiques along with tips on how to make good characters.

towriteorwrong — general writing stuff.

fuckyeah-critiquesforsue — character critiques along with tips on how to make good characters.

drsues — character critiques along with tips on how to make good characters.

thewritingsanctum — general writing stuff.

kieronwriting — general writing stuff.

writersfriend — writing references and prompts

thewrittenroad — general writing stuff.

writingfails — things to avoid in writing.

This can be considered an addendum to our earlier post about other writing blogs, which can be found here.

SAFF YOUR BLOG IS ON HERE


amandaonwriting:

Character Questionnaire
How to create a character for your novel.
1. How does your character think of their father? What do they hate and love about him? What influence - literal or imagined - did the father have?
2. Their mother? How do they think of her? What do they hate? Love? What influence - literal or imagined - did the mother have?
3. Brothers, sisters? Who do they like? Why? What do they despise about their siblings?
4. What type of discipline was your character subjected to at home? Strict? Lenient?
5. Were they overprotected as a child? Sheltered?
6. Did they feel rejection or affection as a child?
7. What was the economic status of their family?
8. How does your character feel about religion?
9. What about political beliefs?
10. Is your character street-smart, book-smart, intelligent, intellectual, slow-witted?
11. How do they see themselves: as smart, as intelligent, uneducated?
12. How does their education and intelligence – or lack thereof - reflect in their speech pattern, vocabulary, and pronunciations?
13. Did they like school? Teachers? Schoolmates?
14. Were they involved at school? Sports? Clubs? Debate? Were they unconnected?
15. Did they graduate? High-School? College? Do they have a PHD? A GED?
16. What does your character do for a living? How do they see their profession? What do they like about it? Dislike?
17. Did they travel? Where? Why? When?
18. What did they find abroad, and what did they remember?
19. What were your character’s deepest disillusions? In life? What are they now?
20. What were the most deeply impressive political or social, national or international, events that they experienced?
21. What are your character’s manners like? What is their type of hero? Whom do they hate?
22. Who are their friends? Lovers? ‘Type’ or ‘ideal’ partner?
23. What do they want from a partner? What do they think and feel of sex?
24. What social groups and activities does your character attend? What role do they like to play? What role do they actually play, usually?
25. What are their hobbies and interests?
26. What does your character’s home look like? Personal taste? Clothing? Hair? Appearance?
27. How do they relate to their appearance? How do they wear their clothing? Style? Quality?
28. Who is your character’s mate? How do they relate to him or her? How did they make their choice?
29. What is your character’s weaknesses? Hubris? Pride? Controlling?
30. Are they holding on to something in the past? Can he or she forgive?
31. Does your character have children? How do they feel about their parental role? About the children? How do the children relate?
32. How does your character react to stress situations? Defensively? Aggressively? Evasively?
33. Do they drink? Take drugs? What about their health? 
34. Does your character feel self-righteous? Revengeful? Contemptuous?
35. Do they always rationalize errors? How do they accept disasters and failures?
36. Do they like to suffer? Like to see other people suffering?
37. How is your character’s imagination? Daydreaming a lot? Worried most of the time? Living in memories?
38. Are they basically negative when facing new things? Suspicious? Hostile? Scared? Enthusiastic?
39. What do they like to ridicule? What do they find stupid?
40. How is their sense of humor? Do they have one?
41. Is your character aware of who they are? Strengths? Weaknesses? Idiosyncrasies? Capable of self-irony?
42. What does your character want most? What do they need really badly, compulsively? What are they willing to do, to sacrifice, to obtain?
43. Does your character have any secrets? If so, are they holding them back?
44. How badly do they want to obtain their life objectives? How do they pursue them?
45. Is your character pragmatic? Think first? Responsible? All action? A visionary? Passionate? Quixotic?
46. Is your character tall? Short? What about size? Weight? Posture? How do they feel about their physical body?
47. Do they want to project an image of a younger, older, more important person? Does they want to be visible or invisible?
48. How are your character’s gestures? Vigorous? Weak? Controlled? Compulsive? Energetic? Sluggish?
49. What about voice? Pitch? Strength? Tempo and rhythm of speech? Pronunciation? Accent?
50. What are the prevailing facial expressions? Sour? Cheerful? Dominating?
Questionnaire: The Script Lab
Image: Zazzle

amandaonwriting:

Character Questionnaire

How to create a character for your novel.

1. How does your character think of their father? What do they hate and love about him? What influence - literal or imagined - did the father have?

2. Their mother? How do they think of her? What do they hate? Love? What influence - literal or imagined - did the mother have?

3. Brothers, sisters? Who do they like? Why? What do they despise about their siblings?

4. What type of discipline was your character subjected to at home? Strict? Lenient?

5. Were they overprotected as a child? Sheltered?

6. Did they feel rejection or affection as a child?

7. What was the economic status of their family?

8. How does your character feel about religion?

9. What about political beliefs?

10. Is your character street-smart, book-smart, intelligent, intellectual, slow-witted?

11. How do they see themselves: as smart, as intelligent, uneducated?

12. How does their education and intelligence – or lack thereof - reflect in their speech pattern, vocabulary, and pronunciations?

13. Did they like school? Teachers? Schoolmates?

14. Were they involved at school? Sports? Clubs? Debate? Were they unconnected?

15. Did they graduate? High-School? College? Do they have a PHD? A GED?

16. What does your character do for a living? How do they see their profession? What do they like about it? Dislike?

17. Did they travel? Where? Why? When?

18. What did they find abroad, and what did they remember?

19. What were your character’s deepest disillusions? In life? What are they now?

20. What were the most deeply impressive political or social, national or international, events that they experienced?

21. What are your character’s manners like? What is their type of hero? Whom do they hate?

22. Who are their friends? Lovers? ‘Type’ or ‘ideal’ partner?

23. What do they want from a partner? What do they think and feel of sex?

24. What social groups and activities does your character attend? What role do they like to play? What role do they actually play, usually?

25. What are their hobbies and interests?

26. What does your character’s home look like? Personal taste? Clothing? Hair? Appearance?

27. How do they relate to their appearance? How do they wear their clothing? Style? Quality?

28. Who is your character’s mate? How do they relate to him or her? How did they make their choice?

29. What is your character’s weaknesses? Hubris? Pride? Controlling?

30. Are they holding on to something in the past? Can he or she forgive?

31. Does your character have children? How do they feel about their parental role? About the children? How do the children relate?

32. How does your character react to stress situations? Defensively? Aggressively? Evasively?

33. Do they drink? Take drugs? What about their health? 

34. Does your character feel self-righteous? Revengeful? Contemptuous?

35. Do they always rationalize errors? How do they accept disasters and failures?

36. Do they like to suffer? Like to see other people suffering?

37. How is your character’s imagination? Daydreaming a lot? Worried most of the time? Living in memories?

38. Are they basically negative when facing new things? Suspicious? Hostile? Scared? Enthusiastic?

39. What do they like to ridicule? What do they find stupid?

40. How is their sense of humor? Do they have one?

41. Is your character aware of who they are? Strengths? Weaknesses? Idiosyncrasies? Capable of self-irony?

42. What does your character want most? What do they need really badly, compulsively? What are they willing to do, to sacrifice, to obtain?

43. Does your character have any secrets? If so, are they holding them back?

44. How badly do they want to obtain their life objectives? How do they pursue them?

45. Is your character pragmatic? Think first? Responsible? All action? A visionary? Passionate? Quixotic?

46. Is your character tall? Short? What about size? Weight? Posture? How do they feel about their physical body?

47. Do they want to project an image of a younger, older, more important person? Does they want to be visible or invisible?

48. How are your character’s gestures? Vigorous? Weak? Controlled? Compulsive? Energetic? Sluggish?

49. What about voice? Pitch? Strength? Tempo and rhythm of speech? Pronunciation? Accent?

50. What are the prevailing facial expressions? Sour? Cheerful? Dominating?

Questionnaire: The Script Lab

Image: Zazzle


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strangeasanjles:

damnitdisney:

fruitoftheday:


givenchyandgrace:

Fill an ice cube tray with melted chocolate. Add berries. Freeze. Yum.

TUMBLR IS ALWAYS RECIPE GOLD.

jesus christ YES

strangeasanjles:

damnitdisney:

fruitoftheday:


givenchyandgrace
:

Fill an ice cube tray with melted chocolate. Add berries. Freeze. Yum.

TUMBLR IS ALWAYS RECIPE GOLD.

jesus christ YES


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