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    Fantasy of sci-fi?

    I also love Fantasy for practically the same reasons.

    FireSpyGirl
    FireSpyGirl - 16 hours ago

  • Forums » Writing Activities
    The "I wrote a poem, but don't need reviews" thread

    "NOTHING MUCH FOR MINORS" Minors are those less than eighteen, As they don't have knowledge in keen. They don't have a driving licence, As don't have driving sense. Minors are ...

    SahajSabharwal
    SahajSabharwal - 17 hours ago

  • Forums » Writing Activities
    Haiku Train

    Stretch to find the sun - It's okay if you get burned, Just don't hurt your eyes.

    AmadeusW
    AmadeusW - 22 hours ago

  • Forums » Poetry Discussion
    The Poem of the Week

    We have another winter themed Poem of the Week! It was suggested to me by fellow-poet @Traves. The poem is mostly setting descriptions, but interestingly, is still able to raise ...

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  • Forums » Writers Corner
    Making up names... is it weird?

    That is me every time!!!!!!! So don't worry about it. I don't think it's weird because we don't know how many Authors in the world use Google to find names. ...

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  • Forums » Writing Activities
    Describe your project with three nouns!

    To Love or Not to Love : Steamy, fidelity, family

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    Challenge the Person Below You!

    Challenged completed! rubber ducks have will never be as prominent as they are in the second chapter of my first draft which is a bit too long to post here. ...

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    Post Your Favorite Lines

    “How have you been, Mack? Still the hell raiser you were when I left or did you mellow out to just be a magic mushroom.”

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  • Forums » Fiction Discussion
    Do you prefer past or present tense?

    I use present tense. I don't know why but it's the default way I start writing.

    Horisun
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  • Forums » Lounge, The
    A Reflection 7 Years Later

    Context: Dear Dan, Thank you for taking the time to write this letter. I read through the entirety of your letter and though it was a bit overly dramatic at ...

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    want friends pls

    Welcome to the YWS! This is now your second home. Teen writers from around the globe will be your friends for no other reason than that you signed up. A ...

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    How Did You Come Up With Your Username?

    I like alliteration and wolves... also waffles... :D

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    Humble Beginnings

    A lot of the time when I'm just writing down a beginning to continue a few months later, I just start with a short line of dialogue. "You have cancer." ...

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    Sixth Annual YWS Holiday Gift Weekend! Event Starts: 12/15/2016 00:00 GMT Event Ends: 12/17/2016 00:00 GMT It's that time of year again where we get to throw gifts at your ...

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