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sixpenceee:

sixpenceee:

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For those of you who asks me what scares me the most, it’s things like these. The fact that yes we do know a lot, but at the same time we know nothing. 

95% of the ocean remains unexplored. 

This is just a representation of the Mariana Trench, the deepest known part of the ocean.

Next to the letters at the bottom, take a closer look. 

It caught me by surprise the first time too

For those of you asking, I don’t know what those letters mean, but the creature I believe is the Cthulu, which is a fictional sea monster (a terrifying one at that) created by horror writer H.P Lovecraft

GHHHHHHHHHAAAAAGGGGHHH!!!! That’s deep.

keyofnik:

In case for one nanosecond you weren’t certain that Kenji was Usagi’s father.

In that case, Kenji is my Dad too. Because Spammit, I wants mah sleep! *lol*

Japanese Dr. Who. I’m wondering if his time machine thing is a giant mecha robot?

Umm… kinda late for Independence Day, but even so, an inspirational story for all to see.

FREEEEEDOOOMMMMM!!!

This makes me realize my life ain’t so bad… for a while. :P

Huh. So the shark would have the personality of Curly from the 3 Stooges.

psych2go:

Our psychological state allows us to see only what we want/need/feel to see at a particular time. What are the first three words that you see?

I got love, honesty, and friends.
I AM SAD NOW!!! T_T

psych2go:

Our psychological state allows us to see only what we want/need/feel to see at a particular time. What are the first three words that you see?

I got love, honesty, and friends.

I AM SAD NOW!!! T_T

This is probably one of the best movie reviews I have ever seen/heard. I’m super serial. I would have paid 15 bucks to see this in 3D.. *lol*

What do you do to gain confidence as a writer? I've been writing for a while and still feel no one would like to read style or ideas concerning my writings, any suggestions?

maxkirin:

Hello there, writerly friend~ ♥︎

I have tackled this issue in the past, but only in parts. So, let’s deal with it as a whole. If you’re expecting to read this and find an ‘easy’ solution, then you are not going to find it. As always, these questions are not about the writing, but the writer.

Let’s take it from the top.

There is a conflict with your question, and that’s the primary red-flag that drove me to answer this publicly, because I feel that a lot of people are in the same situation you are.

By which, I mean you’re all wrong c;

Self-confidence is NOT the same as people liking your work or being interested in it. They are not related, and one does not bring about the other. This is true for all aspects of life. You can think you’re physically attractive, and yet no one around you may agree. Just like that people around you could think you’re physically attractive and yet you would disagree with them.

Let me say that again:

  • Having confidence in your writing DOES NOT mean people will like your work.
  • Not having confidence in your writing DOES NOT mean people will not like your work.
  • If people like your work it DOES NOT mean that you have confidence in your writing.
  • If people don’t like your work it DOES NOT mean that you don’t have confidence in your writing.

You’re talking about two entirely different things. Now that this is clear, let’s tackle your question.

How do I gain confidence in my writing?

My advice? Have fun. Enjoy the process. Stop trying to impress people, and focus on making good art. Writing is about telling stories. Lose yourself in the worlds you make, and — for god’s sake — have fun doing it. This is not about ‘gaining' anything, but instead it is about 'losing' the fear of being judged. That is the real meaning of confidence.

Write. Write recklessly. Write for yourself. Write and have fun.

Take it from the master of horror himself:

"Writing isn’t about making money, getting famous, getting dates, getting laid, or making friends. In the end, it’s about enriching the lives of those who will read your work, and enriching your own life, as well. It’s about getting up, getting well, and getting over. Getting happy, okay? Getting happy.”

- Stephen King, On Writing

I know I’m going to get half a dozen questions about this, so I will tackle that now. If you read the quote above and you thought to yourself "How do I enrich the lives of people who read my books?" the answer is simple. You write a compelling story. You tell the truest story you can. Your stories don’t have to reveal the meaning of life— all they have to do is to make the reader forget, if just for a moment, that they’re reading a book, and in the process grant them a memory that they will carry with them the rest of their lives~ ♥︎

I hope this helps.

Keep writing, writerly friend!

Amen!

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