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How many of you booklovers are part of the #writingcommunity as well?
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This might be the only Stephen King book I ever get to style with butterflies 😂 King's "On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft" is one of my favorite guides for writers. (I think it's safe to say the author knows what he's talking about!) Part how-to guide and part literary nonfiction, King crafts an ode to writing with anecdotes and advice for "building mansions of words." He pulls no punches in describing the grinding discipline that writing requires, but his allusions to the "magic of the craft" make this an inspiring and ethereal read.

How many of you booklovers are part of the #writingcommunity as well? . . . This might be the only Stephen King book I ever get to style with butterflies 😂 King's "On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft" is one of my favorite guides for writers. (I think it's safe to say the author knows what he's talking about!) Part how-to guide and part literary nonfiction, King crafts an ode to writing with anecdotes and advice for "building mansions of words." He pulls no punches in describing the grinding discipline that writing requires, but his allusions to the "magic of the craft" make this an inspiring and ethereal read. - 2 hours ago

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Work has picked up a bit the past few weeks, which has meant less time for reading and writing and bookstagramming, but back at the beginning of the month I finished reading this gem. I was assigned parts of it for a college class back in 2014 and had been meaning to read the whole thing ever since. There are some good writing tips here, but the book itself is well written enough that it would be educational without them. Mostly I just find reading about writers’ lives really fascinating, in this case despite the fact that I haven’t read any of King’s other work. Stephen King fans, where would you recommend that a newbie start with his novels? I don’t normally read horror, but having read On Writing I’m curious to see what King’s fiction writing is really like.

#bookstagram #books #booklover #booknerd #bookworm #bibliophile #readersofinstagram #onwriting #onwritingamemoirofthecraft #stephenking #memoir #writing #regisreads2020

Work has picked up a bit the past few weeks, which has meant less time for reading and writing and bookstagramming, but back at the beginning of the month I finished reading this gem. I was assigned parts of it for a college class back in 2014 and had been meaning to read the whole thing ever since. There are some good writing tips here, but the book itself is well written enough that it would be educational without them. Mostly I just find reading about writers’ lives really fascinating, in this case despite the fact that I haven’t read any of King’s other work. Stephen King fans, where would you recommend that a newbie start with his novels? I don’t normally read horror, but having read On Writing I’m curious to see what King’s fiction writing is really like. #bookstagram #books #booklover #booknerd #bookworm #bibliophile #readersofinstagram #onwriting #onwritingamemoirofthecraft #stephenking #memoir #writing #regisreads2020 - 3 hours ago

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🔸Buongiorno lettori ✨
🔸In questi giorni purtroppo sarò abbastanza presa da impegni di tipo lavorativo (ed in più è un periodo in cui sono un po' cotta), ma cercherò comunque di postare in modo regolare 😊
🔸Come dicevo nelle stories di qualche giorno fa ho recentemente terminato la lettura di On Writing. Il sottotitolo "Autobiografia di un mestiere" è molto accurato, in quanto si tratta di un testo che parla della scrittura, ma in modo inscindibile dalla vita dell'autore. Non è un manuale di scrittura e nemmeno un'autobiografia, e credo che proprio per questo sia un testo alquanto versatile. Se siete appassionati di scrittura e/o di King, il re dell'orrore, questo libro fa per voi!
🔸Non mi sono sempre trovata al 100% d'accordo con le sue opinioni professionali (anche se la maggior parte dei suoi consigli sono certamente validi, ed in ogni caso non mi sognerei mai di mettere le mie opinioni sullo stesso piano delle sue!) mentre invece ho molto apprezzato i racconti sulla sua vita. Da queste pagine emerge il ritratto di una persona con una grandissima passione per il suo lavoro, consapevole ma non piena di sé, e di un marito e uomo di famiglia molto affezionato. Non mancano menzioni dei suoi problemi di dipendenza, ma non sono il focus principale del libro, che si concentra invece sul rapporto dell'autore con la scrittura ed i suoi libri.
🔸Leggetelo, ma se siete degli autori fatelo quando avete del tempo da dedicare anche alla scrittura perché questi capitoli vi faranno certamente venire voglia di poggiare le mani sui tasti e mettere in pratica i consigli di questo leggendario scrittore 🖍
🔸 E voi quanti libri di King avete letto? ✨
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#book #books #bookstagram #bookstagramitalia #bookaddict #bookphotography #booklover #bookcover #libro #libri #libripreferiti #libridaleggere #librichepassione #leggere #leggerechepassione #leggeresempre #stephenking #onwriting

🔸Buongiorno lettori ✨ 🔸In questi giorni purtroppo sarò abbastanza presa da impegni di tipo lavorativo (ed in più è un periodo in cui sono un po' cotta), ma cercherò comunque di postare in modo regolare 😊 🔸Come dicevo nelle stories di qualche giorno fa ho recentemente terminato la lettura di On Writing. Il sottotitolo "Autobiografia di un mestiere" è molto accurato, in quanto si tratta di un testo che parla della scrittura, ma in modo inscindibile dalla vita dell'autore. Non è un manuale di scrittura e nemmeno un'autobiografia, e credo che proprio per questo sia un testo alquanto versatile. Se siete appassionati di scrittura e/o di King, il re dell'orrore, questo libro fa per voi! 🔸Non mi sono sempre trovata al 100% d'accordo con le sue opinioni professionali (anche se la maggior parte dei suoi consigli sono certamente validi, ed in ogni caso non mi sognerei mai di mettere le mie opinioni sullo stesso piano delle sue!) mentre invece ho molto apprezzato i racconti sulla sua vita. Da queste pagine emerge il ritratto di una persona con una grandissima passione per il suo lavoro, consapevole ma non piena di sé, e di un marito e uomo di famiglia molto affezionato. Non mancano menzioni dei suoi problemi di dipendenza, ma non sono il focus principale del libro, che si concentra invece sul rapporto dell'autore con la scrittura ed i suoi libri. 🔸Leggetelo, ma se siete degli autori fatelo quando avete del tempo da dedicare anche alla scrittura perché questi capitoli vi faranno certamente venire voglia di poggiare le mani sui tasti e mettere in pratica i consigli di questo leggendario scrittore 🖍 🔸 E voi quanti libri di King avete letto? ✨ . . . #book #books #bookstagram #bookstagramitalia #bookaddict #bookphotography #booklover #bookcover #libro #libri #libripreferiti #libridaleggere #librichepassione #leggere #leggerechepassione #leggeresempre #stephenking #onwriting - 4 hours ago

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🖤 Do you have any hobbies outside of bookstagramming and reading? 🖤 I love to write, and I've really been devoting a lot of my time to it recently. It gives me a sense of fulfillment like nothing else, even if my words aren't seen by the world at large (but maybe someday - I can dream, right?). 😄
🖤 This gorgeous shirt is from Crabapple Books and it is so comfortable! I definitely wear it when I'm drinking coffee and writing things. In fact, I'm wearing it right now!
🖤 #bookishcoven - favorite book titles - let me just say, I was trying to come up with a title for my work yesterday, and it is harder than the actual writing part. 🖤 #starcrossedreaders - these books make me want to write.
🖤 #gothandliterature - genre
🖤 #wickandjanemay20 - don't underestimate me - I tell this to myself daily!
🖤 #bookreadhappyhour - Mr. Demille, I'm ready for my close-up. 🖤 #beautifulbooks #bookflatlay #booksandflowers #floralaesthetic #bookaesthetic #amrevising #amreading #alwaysreading #amwriting #writersofinstagram #45mastercharacters #onwriting #booksandcoffee #literature #writingbooks

🖤 Do you have any hobbies outside of bookstagramming and reading? 🖤 I love to write, and I've really been devoting a lot of my time to it recently. It gives me a sense of fulfillment like nothing else, even if my words aren't seen by the world at large (but maybe someday - I can dream, right?). 😄 🖤 This gorgeous shirt is from Crabapple Books and it is so comfortable! I definitely wear it when I'm drinking coffee and writing things. In fact, I'm wearing it right now! 🖤 #bookishcoven - favorite book titles - let me just say, I was trying to come up with a title for my work yesterday, and it is harder than the actual writing part. 🖤 #starcrossedreaders - these books make me want to write. 🖤 #gothandliterature - genre 🖤 #wickandjanemay20 - don't underestimate me - I tell this to myself daily! 🖤 #bookreadhappyhour - Mr. Demille, I'm ready for my close-up. 🖤 #beautifulbooks #bookflatlay #booksandflowers #floralaesthetic #bookaesthetic #amrevising #amreading #alwaysreading #amwriting #writersofinstagram #45mastercharacters #onwriting #booksandcoffee #literature #writingbooks - 4 hours ago

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I’m putting one word after another today. It’s that easy.

I’m putting one word after another today. It’s that easy. - 4 hours ago

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“Writing is magic, as much as the water if life as any other creative art...Drink and be filled up.” Confession: I’ve never read a fiction book by Steven King(horror is so not my thing). I *have* read this book on writing multiple times, including last week. A classic!⠀
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Heya! Instagram FINALLY acknowledged I’m a human (🤣) so I can get back to posting and liking and commenting. Which is pretty nice.

In other news, yes, I have been writing! I’ve also been doing deep dives on some pretty random topics...because I’ve discovered YouTube as a source of sociological documentation. Right now I’m looking at how militant veganism has impacted the trajectory of plant based diets, and why a lot those vegan channels target young girls specifically. I mean, one of these you tubers is known for eating 30+ bananas a day and calls her following “a cult.” So we’re not talking your local vegan getting soy lattes and spouting off about not eating butter.

It’s funny because the random research I do always has NOTHING to do with the book I’m writing...but if I don’t allow myself to follow my curiosity where it leads I end up stuck and frustrated. 🤷‍♀️ so don’t mind me, I’m just going to be watching another reaction-to a reaction-of a reaction video. Maybe I can find someone who only eats kale. I feel like that’s a thing.
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On Writing by Stephen King
It’s interesting that Stephan King gives a specific directive to writers to write AND read AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE. And to read for pleasure, rather than to feel good or look nerdy. For me, I read (and now watch) TONS of nonfiction and I’m learning not to apologize for that. 😉💕
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“Writing is magic, as much as the water if life as any other creative art...Drink and be filled up.” Confession: I’ve never read a fiction book by Steven King(horror is so not my thing). I *have* read this book on writing multiple times, including last week. A classic!⠀ ✨⠀ {life update}⠀ Heya! Instagram FINALLY acknowledged I’m a human (🤣) so I can get back to posting and liking and commenting. Which is pretty nice. In other news, yes, I have been writing! I’ve also been doing deep dives on some pretty random topics...because I’ve discovered YouTube as a source of sociological documentation. Right now I’m looking at how militant veganism has impacted the trajectory of plant based diets, and why a lot those vegan channels target young girls specifically. I mean, one of these you tubers is known for eating 30+ bananas a day and calls her following “a cult.” So we’re not talking your local vegan getting soy lattes and spouting off about not eating butter. It’s funny because the random research I do always has NOTHING to do with the book I’m writing...but if I don’t allow myself to follow my curiosity where it leads I end up stuck and frustrated. 🤷‍♀️ so don’t mind me, I’m just going to be watching another reaction-to a reaction-of a reaction video. Maybe I can find someone who only eats kale. I feel like that’s a thing. ✨⠀ [bookish feature]⠀ On Writing by Stephen King It’s interesting that Stephan King gives a specific directive to writers to write AND read AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE. And to read for pleasure, rather than to feel good or look nerdy. For me, I read (and now watch) TONS of nonfiction and I’m learning not to apologize for that. 😉💕 ✨⠀ <hashtags>⠀ #onwriting #stevenking #stayhomeandread #writingtips - 5 hours ago

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Words of wisdom from filmmaker Mira Nair.
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#miranair #onwriting #film #filmmaker #quoteoftheday #dialogueprompts

Words of wisdom from filmmaker Mira Nair. . . . . . . . #miranair #onwriting #film #filmmaker #quoteoftheday #dialogueprompts - 5 hours ago

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Structure isn't noticed until it's missing. When I wrote Planning a Prison Break, I didn't know it would be a novel. It started as a spin-off story from a song I wrote called The Chandelier (lyrics below). Most of the original scenes I wrote for Planning a Prison Break made the final cut, but it required heavy revisions to give it the structure it needed.

While drafting Black Maria, I've challenged myself to plot as intricately as possible. It's been fun to discover that, no matter how well I lay it out, I still make last minute,  unexpected turns. As I near the ending of the first draft, I'm finding the benefit of both plotting and improvisation.

Lyrics to The Chandelier:
A trail of blood
 led them through the lobby
Check the doorman he's stone
 and shadow, not carbon copy
In the next room they display
 cordial invitations 
While they posture to their
 monetary visions
But do they know? Do they know?
 our ghost can see their hubris
Can they see? Why can't they see?
 they just dont need this.

Dance beneath. Just wait.
Oh, the chandelier.
Hope it falls into some.
While the rest stand clear.
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#writing #amwriting #author #writer #onwriting #structure #plotting #improvisation #novels #authorsofinsta #authorsofig #WritingCommunity #planningaprisonbreak #eliasjhurst #blackmaria #wip #progress

Structure isn't noticed until it's missing. When I wrote Planning a Prison Break, I didn't know it would be a novel. It started as a spin-off story from a song I wrote called The Chandelier (lyrics below). Most of the original scenes I wrote for Planning a Prison Break made the final cut, but it required heavy revisions to give it the structure it needed. While drafting Black Maria, I've challenged myself to plot as intricately as possible. It's been fun to discover that, no matter how well I lay it out, I still make last minute, unexpected turns. As I near the ending of the first draft, I'm finding the benefit of both plotting and improvisation. Lyrics to The Chandelier: A trail of blood led them through the lobby Check the doorman he's stone and shadow, not carbon copy In the next room they display cordial invitations While they posture to their monetary visions But do they know? Do they know? our ghost can see their hubris Can they see? Why can't they see? they just dont need this. Dance beneath. Just wait. Oh, the chandelier. Hope it falls into some. While the rest stand clear. . . . . #writing #amwriting #author #writer #onwriting #structure #plotting #improvisation #novels #authorsofinsta #authorsofig #WritingCommunity #planningaprisonbreak #eliasjhurst #blackmaria #wip #progress - 5 hours ago

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Finished “On Writing” by Stephen King today. I didn’t know what to expect when I read this memoir. As important as first-hand sources are, you always have to be careful not to take what is often a whitewashing of their past at face value. This was not an issue for this book.
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The first half of Stephen King’s how-to is an honest, often brutal, but light recollection of his rise within literary circles. I was quite taken with his chapters about his alcohol and drug abuse. His imagery, like his description of his bloodstained coke spoon, had me shuddering. Ive struggled with my own addictions in the past and I am thankful I’ve never taken it to that extreme. Many artists suffer from the belief that their addiction is what sustains their creativity. Stephen King is one example of how this is a lie that struggling creatives convince themselves to justify their own self-destruction. King sobered up and his writing quality stayed the same, even improved. It is experience that feeds genius.
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The second half of the book are his philosophical ideas on the writing process and some technical advice. I’ve read some highbrow literary snobs argue against some of his musings before. He writes the equivalent of modern dime novels, they cry. But you only need one classic to be solidified as one of the greats, in that pantheon where Harper Lee and John Kennedy Toole sit with Joyce, Steinbeck, and others. One could argue that King already has that book with “The Stand”. And while many classic writers died destitute and unappreciated, King became wealthy off his writing, and earned his spot in literary canon while still alive. As a hopeful writer myself, that sounds pretty good.
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Finished “On Writing” by Stephen King today. I didn’t know what to expect when I read this memoir. As important as first-hand sources are, you always have to be careful not to take what is often a whitewashing of their past at face value. This was not an issue for this book. . The first half of Stephen King’s how-to is an honest, often brutal, but light recollection of his rise within literary circles. I was quite taken with his chapters about his alcohol and drug abuse. His imagery, like his description of his bloodstained coke spoon, had me shuddering. Ive struggled with my own addictions in the past and I am thankful I’ve never taken it to that extreme. Many artists suffer from the belief that their addiction is what sustains their creativity. Stephen King is one example of how this is a lie that struggling creatives convince themselves to justify their own self-destruction. King sobered up and his writing quality stayed the same, even improved. It is experience that feeds genius. . The second half of the book are his philosophical ideas on the writing process and some technical advice. I’ve read some highbrow literary snobs argue against some of his musings before. He writes the equivalent of modern dime novels, they cry. But you only need one classic to be solidified as one of the greats, in that pantheon where Harper Lee and John Kennedy Toole sit with Joyce, Steinbeck, and others. One could argue that King already has that book with “The Stand”. And while many classic writers died destitute and unappreciated, King became wealthy off his writing, and earned his spot in literary canon while still alive. As a hopeful writer myself, that sounds pretty good. . . . . #stephenking #onwriting #goodreadschallenge2020 #goodsreadchallenge #bookreview #bookrecs #currentread #bookstagrammer #books #bookcommunity #booklife #bookrecommendations - 6 hours ago

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I got my first diary when I was 7. But I started writing regularly from the age of 10.⁣
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As early as 10, I remember days where my heart felt so heavy with longing. An ancient, unquenchable, yearning for meaning.⁣
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I knew I’d come into this life for a specific purpose, but I couldn’t remember what. ⁣
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So I wrote. I wrote about my dreams, frustrations, and longings. Silly quarrels with my sister and rants about my unfair parents. ⁣
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But always, by the end of the page, I’d reach a higher perspective. Wisdom that could not come from just a child. ⁣
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Through writing, I felt most connected to meaning. ⁣
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Growing up, I could feel myself losing my childhood self. I was desperate to keep my zest for life, but it was slipping through my fingers.⁣
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I suffered a painful puberty. Aggressive mood swings, acne, and a deep self-loathing that lasted for years. ⁣
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I felt angry, suffocated, out of control. Writing was my way to return to my true self, when everything else about me was unrecognizable. ⁣
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It was my anchor. ⁣
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The landscapes of my life have changed over the past 3 decades, but one thing remains the same: Me, bent over my writing, the words flowing. My heart open.⁣
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Now, I know that it was never about the pen and paper. It was my connection to my heart, my higher self, my soul. ⁣
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And over the years, I’ve practiced trusting that voice. ⁣
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My writing captures the rhythm, the poetry of my soul. It is not of the mind — never outlined, barely edited. ⁣
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It comes from the heart, the source of ancient truths and a shared language that speaks to all souls. ⁣
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This is why my writing is a remembering. ⁣
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It has helped me remember who I am, my purpose. And if it touches your heart, it‘s also awakening something deep within you... A remembering. ⁣
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Written with love,⁣
Ashmi 💖

I got my first diary when I was 7. But I started writing regularly from the age of 10.⁣ ⁣ As early as 10, I remember days where my heart felt so heavy with longing. An ancient, unquenchable, yearning for meaning.⁣ ⁣ I knew I’d come into this life for a specific purpose, but I couldn’t remember what. ⁣ ⁣ So I wrote. I wrote about my dreams, frustrations, and longings. Silly quarrels with my sister and rants about my unfair parents. ⁣ ⁣ But always, by the end of the page, I’d reach a higher perspective. Wisdom that could not come from just a child. ⁣ ⁣ Through writing, I felt most connected to meaning. ⁣ ⁣ Growing up, I could feel myself losing my childhood self. I was desperate to keep my zest for life, but it was slipping through my fingers.⁣ ⁣ I suffered a painful puberty. Aggressive mood swings, acne, and a deep self-loathing that lasted for years. ⁣ ⁣ I felt angry, suffocated, out of control. Writing was my way to return to my true self, when everything else about me was unrecognizable. ⁣ ⁣ It was my anchor. ⁣ ⁣ The landscapes of my life have changed over the past 3 decades, but one thing remains the same: Me, bent over my writing, the words flowing. My heart open.⁣ ⁣ Now, I know that it was never about the pen and paper. It was my connection to my heart, my higher self, my soul. ⁣ ⁣ And over the years, I’ve practiced trusting that voice. ⁣ ⁣ My writing captures the rhythm, the poetry of my soul. It is not of the mind — never outlined, barely edited. ⁣ ⁣ It comes from the heart, the source of ancient truths and a shared language that speaks to all souls. ⁣ ⁣ This is why my writing is a remembering. ⁣ ⁣ It has helped me remember who I am, my purpose. And if it touches your heart, it‘s also awakening something deep within you... A remembering. ⁣ ⁣ Written with love,⁣ Ashmi 💖 - 7 hours ago

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Io che non mi commuovo manco per il c***o per i film strappalacrime, ma mi scende una lacrimuccia quando leggo On Writing di Stephen King e scopro quanto è stato importante l'appoggio della moglie dello scrittore nella genesi di Carrie. Sarò l'unica?!? #horror #onwriting  #stephenking

Io che non mi commuovo manco per il c***o per i film strappalacrime, ma mi scende una lacrimuccia quando leggo On Writing di Stephen King e scopro quanto è stato importante l'appoggio della moglie dello scrittore nella genesi di Carrie. Sarò l'unica?!? #horror #onwriting #stephenking - 10 hours ago

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They said, “You are a savage and dangerous woman.” I am speaking the truth. And the truth is savage and dangerous.
- Nawal El Saadawi, Women at Point Zero

Nawal El Saadawi is our #LiteraryHomeGirl of the day. An outspoken author who is not afraid to tackle controversial issues like prostitution, domestic violence and religious fundamentalism in her work. We admire her tenacity and resilience, because despite facing many criticisms from her home country, she continues to write fearlessly and with great conviction for what she believes in.

We hope our #LiteraryHomeGirl series is providing some inspiration as we'd love to see your quarantine musings in our 'Creating in Quarantine' one-off digital zine. Send us your short stories/poems/essays/photography/videos/art/criticism to literarynatives@gmail.com
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They said, “You are a savage and dangerous woman.” I am speaking the truth. And the truth is savage and dangerous. - Nawal El Saadawi, Women at Point Zero Nawal El Saadawi is our #LiteraryHomeGirl of the day. An outspoken author who is not afraid to tackle controversial issues like prostitution, domestic violence and religious fundamentalism in her work. We admire her tenacity and resilience, because despite facing many criticisms from her home country, she continues to write fearlessly and with great conviction for what she believes in. We hope our #LiteraryHomeGirl series is providing some inspiration as we'd love to see your quarantine musings in our 'Creating in Quarantine' one-off digital zine. Send us your short stories/poems/essays/photography/videos/art/criticism to literarynatives@gmail.com LINK IN BIO! Deadline: MONDAY 15TH JUNE - -. #tuesdaymotivation #amwriting #writersofinstagram #blackwriters #writersofcolour #onwriting #bookstagram #bookshelf #qotd #writingcommunity #writingadvice #literarynatives #bookworm #quarantine #creativity #writingprompts #homegirls #eldestimmigrantdaughter #literaryhomegirls - 11 hours ago

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Businesses need to be agile and ready to pivot. If you invest in building a valuable brand, any new products, services and business models will carry your brand's legacy of credibility and trust. This translates to measurable business results even in tough times.

Quote in the image is from our blog post, 'What does a copywriter do?'
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Businesses need to be agile and ready to pivot. If you invest in building a valuable brand, any new products, services and business models will carry your brand's legacy of credibility and trust. This translates to measurable business results even in tough times. Quote in the image is from our blog post, 'What does a copywriter do?' Link in bio. Read the full article: bit.ly/what-does #copywriting #writing #whatcopywritersdo #writergram #bookstagram #blogger #onwriting #careers #jobroles #copywritersofinstagram #copywritersunite #copywriterlife #brands #brandbuilding #pivot #business #businessmodel #entrepreneur #entrepreneurtips - 12 hours ago

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Ci saranno giornate buone e giornate in cui non ci verrà fuori nulla. Una routine quotidiana ci aiuterà a massimizzare l'efficacia del nostro lavoro. Un programma fisso e costante ci mette al riparo dal disordine e dal l'incostanza. Quando non sappiamo qual è il prossimo passo da fare, spesso e volentieri ce lo suggerisce la routine. Quando abbiamo poco tempo a disposizione, avere un rituale ci aiuta a sfruttarlo al massimo; quando abbiamo tutto il tempo del mondo, la routine ci serve a non sprecarlo. Per produrre molto materiale il segreto è avere un programma fisso a cui attenerci. È interessante conoscere le abitudini e le ritualità delle persone creative. Kafka, ad esempio, scriveva di notte mentre i suoi familiari dormivano; Sylvia Plath componeva versi al mattino prima che si svegliassero i bambini; Balzac beveva 50 caffè al giorno; Steinbeck temperava 12 matite prima di cominciare a lavorare. Non esiste una routine perfetta e universale, così come non possiamo copiare la routine del nostro artista preferito e aspettarci che funzioni anche per noi. Siamo diversi l'uno dall'altro. Per istituire una routine ad hoc dobbiamo osservare le nostre giornate. Quali e quanti sono gli spazi liberi all'interno della nostra settimana? Cosa possiamo tagliare nella nostra agenda per fare più spazio al nostro lavoro creativo? Siamo più produttivi di mattina, di pomeriggio o di sera? Una routine rigorosa non ci toglie libertà anzi ce la offre, proteggendoci dagli alti e bassi della vita, aiutandoci a sfruttare quelle limitate quantità di tempo, energia e talento che abbiamo a disposizione. Non importa come è fatta la nostra routine quello che conta è costruirne una e rispettarla sempre, trasgredendo solo una volta, ogni tanto, per svago, in modo che diventi l'eccezione che conferma la nostra regola.
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Ci saranno giornate buone e giornate in cui non ci verrà fuori nulla. Una routine quotidiana ci aiuterà a massimizzare l'efficacia del nostro lavoro. Un programma fisso e costante ci mette al riparo dal disordine e dal l'incostanza. Quando non sappiamo qual è il prossimo passo da fare, spesso e volentieri ce lo suggerisce la routine. Quando abbiamo poco tempo a disposizione, avere un rituale ci aiuta a sfruttarlo al massimo; quando abbiamo tutto il tempo del mondo, la routine ci serve a non sprecarlo. Per produrre molto materiale il segreto è avere un programma fisso a cui attenerci. È interessante conoscere le abitudini e le ritualità delle persone creative. Kafka, ad esempio, scriveva di notte mentre i suoi familiari dormivano; Sylvia Plath componeva versi al mattino prima che si svegliassero i bambini; Balzac beveva 50 caffè al giorno; Steinbeck temperava 12 matite prima di cominciare a lavorare. Non esiste una routine perfetta e universale, così come non possiamo copiare la routine del nostro artista preferito e aspettarci che funzioni anche per noi. Siamo diversi l'uno dall'altro. Per istituire una routine ad hoc dobbiamo osservare le nostre giornate. Quali e quanti sono gli spazi liberi all'interno della nostra settimana? Cosa possiamo tagliare nella nostra agenda per fare più spazio al nostro lavoro creativo? Siamo più produttivi di mattina, di pomeriggio o di sera? Una routine rigorosa non ci toglie libertà anzi ce la offre, proteggendoci dagli alti e bassi della vita, aiutandoci a sfruttare quelle limitate quantità di tempo, energia e talento che abbiamo a disposizione. Non importa come è fatta la nostra routine quello che conta è costruirne una e rispettarla sempre, trasgredendo solo una volta, ogni tanto, per svago, in modo che diventi l'eccezione che conferma la nostra regola. . #routine #songwriting #masterclass #songwritingsession #songwritingmasterclass #creativesongwriting #scriverecanzoni #scritturacreativa #creatività #accademiadelsongwriting #scrivere #canzoni #onwriting #scrittura #canzone #songwriters #songwriter #cantautore #cantautori #musica #song #songs #songwritingcamp #songwritingtips #esercizicreativi #jacoporatini - 13 hours ago

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“...the elicitation of feelings can bring child ten into a life-long, head-on love affair with reading and develop their ability to become fluente comprehending readers.” — Maryanne Woolf, Proust and the Squid. The Story and Science of the Reading Brain. -
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“...the elicitation of feelings can bring child ten into a life-long, head-on love affair with reading and develop their ability to become fluente comprehending readers.” — Maryanne Woolf, Proust and the Squid. The Story and Science of the Reading Brain. - - - - - - - - #quote #book #bookphotography #bookworm #booklover #books #bookaesthetic #bookextract #booknerd #bookstagram #bookquotes #highlighting #bookstagram #bibliophile #reading #onwriting #stayhome #booklover #bookish #quote #bookexcerpt #highlighting #proustandthesquid #maryannewolf #readingdevelopment #grahamgreene #lovereading #loveofbooks #authorquotes #childrenreading - 14 hours ago

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If you want to learn to read more and get into a regular habit of reading you NEED the @booklyapp. I’m obsessed. 📱
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#booktracker #habits #readingspeed #bookly #readingapp #nerdgirl #bookworm #seriousreading #readandreview #readandwrite #writersofinstagram #writer #readeveryday #selfcarethreads #exerciseyourmind #findyourniche #stephenking #onwriting #memoir #howto #selfhelp #raw #honest

If you want to learn to read more and get into a regular habit of reading you NEED the @booklyapp. I’m obsessed. 📱 . 📚 . 📱 . 📚 #booktracker #habits #readingspeed #bookly #readingapp #nerdgirl #bookworm #seriousreading #readandreview #readandwrite #writersofinstagram #writer #readeveryday #selfcarethreads #exerciseyourmind #findyourniche #stephenking #onwriting #memoir #howto #selfhelp #raw #honest - 15 hours ago

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Love is a small word. ———————————————————————— #writerslife #love #typewriter 
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Love is a small word. ———————————————————————— #writerslife #love #typewriter #writingcommunity #quoteoftheday #qotd #igwriter #onwriting #quotes #words #writersofig #jmwonderland - 18 hours ago

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이코영어 2월부터 함께 하고 계신 수강생분이 주신 소소한 선물. 책을 읽을때 어디든 가지고 다니는 유용한 선물. Today a reader, tomorrow a leader. #이코영어 #onwriting #스티븐킹 #온라인영어스터디 #온라인영어수업 #온라인영어 #영어원서읽기스터디

이코영어 2월부터 함께 하고 계신 수강생분이 주신 소소한 선물. 책을 읽을때 어디든 가지고 다니는 유용한 선물. Today a reader, tomorrow a leader. #이코영어 #onwriting #스티븐킹 #온라인영어스터디 #온라인영어수업 #온라인영어 #영어원서읽기스터디 - 18 hours ago

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Today's #mondaymeditation is brought to you by the color blue and the word 'freedom'. Focus. Breathe the color in. It's hard NOT to feel inspired by the blue skies of summer.

Freedom. What does it mean to you? Freedom from pain and worry. Freedom from fear. Freedom to explore the world and your creativity . Freedom to be who you are. Freedom to connect with others.

If writing becomes a burden you lose your freedom. Yet good writing requires much more than that initial heady dive, when the story's all froth and rising bubbles. It takes practice - stroke upon stroke, with aching shoulders. Even when you're sick of swimming laps, some joy must remain. That's the paradox. There's joy in the practice.

My lesson, as always, is to divest the story from its outcome. The publishing, the sales, the reviews, the "success" - are beyond my control.  What I have is my story - and my joy in its creation. I have the freedom to let it rise from my subconscious and mold it into being. I have this blue dazzle to remind me to value my practice.

#onwriting #writinglife #amwriting #authorsofinstagram #creativelife #creativity #meditation #writingtips #booklover #swim #beachlife #oceaninspiration #blue #createbeauty #writersmeditation #writingcraft #process #release

Today's #mondaymeditation is brought to you by the color blue and the word 'freedom'. Focus. Breathe the color in. It's hard NOT to feel inspired by the blue skies of summer. Freedom. What does it mean to you? Freedom from pain and worry. Freedom from fear. Freedom to explore the world and your creativity . Freedom to be who you are. Freedom to connect with others. If writing becomes a burden you lose your freedom. Yet good writing requires much more than that initial heady dive, when the story's all froth and rising bubbles. It takes practice - stroke upon stroke, with aching shoulders. Even when you're sick of swimming laps, some joy must remain. That's the paradox. There's joy in the practice. My lesson, as always, is to divest the story from its outcome. The publishing, the sales, the reviews, the "success" - are beyond my control. What I have is my story - and my joy in its creation. I have the freedom to let it rise from my subconscious and mold it into being. I have this blue dazzle to remind me to value my practice. #onwriting #writinglife #amwriting #authorsofinstagram #creativelife #creativity #meditation #writingtips #booklover #swim #beachlife #oceaninspiration #blue #createbeauty #writersmeditation #writingcraft #process #release - 19 hours ago

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