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Oh, a beautiful passage that was sooo poetic and did nothing for novel, and three people have already pointed out that it’s pointless? Aren’t you precious. Let’s go enroll you in that MFA program, stat!

Nothing beautiful is lost forever. Cut it. Put it in a special document you’re going to name, “My Unrecognized Genius.” Later when you’re old and out of ideas, you’re going to open that file and steal shamelessly from the younger you. Critics will be astounded at the creative force of your 98 year old mind. Your eventual triumph will be complete.

For now, cut it, wimp.

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— Brent Weeks (x)

marykatewiles:

yulinisworking:

I Ship It | a short film by Yulin Kuang

After a bad breakup, Zoe Smallman decides to take down her ex-boyfriend in a wizard rock battle of the bands with help from her best friend, Charlie.

Written & Directed by Yulin Kuang

Starring
Mary Kate Wiles as Zoe
Sean Persaud as Charlie
Joey Richter as Peter
Jenna C. Johnson as Macy
Irene Choi as Sofia

Featuring original Wizard Rock songs by Kirstyn Hippe

It’s here, finally! We hope you enjoy I Ship It and all the hard work that was put into it by so many people! And if you do enjoy it, please please share it. We need all the help we can get to get the word out on our little film! And don’t forget to check out the alternate ending. And the music videos. Yay!



Chris Evans attends the Guess Portrait Studio during 2014 Toronto International Film Festival on September 12, 2014 in Toronto, Canada.


Maybe I’ll actually read these before their due date. #loveyourlibrary #imsoexcited #books

Maybe I’ll actually read these before their due date. #loveyourlibrary #imsoexcited #books


liamdryden:

molly23:

nbcsnl:

The reviews are in.

SNL PARODIED A JOHN GREEN THING

IS THIS REAL LIFE?

I am VERY DONE


linestorm:

Fighting Words
Active verbs to use in a fight scene or an otherwise violent encounter, color-coded by severity (with red as most intense and purple as most mild), and categorized by type of fight.

linestorm:

Fighting Words

Active verbs to use in a fight scene or an otherwise violent encounter, color-coded by severity (with red as most intense and purple as most mild), and categorized by type of fight.