"We had adventures"

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jedavu:

Jewish And Arab People Posing Together Online, ‘Refusing To Be Enemies’

In the midst of news about the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, some people are posting photos online for an international social media campaign on Facebook and Twitter, with the hashtag, #JewsAndArabsRefuseToBeEnemies. 

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Tags: Heroines women

Fire is catching!
And if we burn, you burn with us!

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It was my arrow, aimed at the chink in the force field surrounding the arena, that brought on this firestorm of retribution. That sent the whole country of Panem into chaos.

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Nugget comes over to my bunk and asks, “What’s a ringer?”“Someone who you slip into a team to give it an edge,” I explain. “Somebody who’s really good.”

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Tags: Fifth wave

FIRST SPOKEN WORDS

  • Percy Jackson: I'm going to kill her.
  • Grover Underwood: It's okay. I like peanut butter!
  • Sally Jackson: Percy?
  • Chiron: Mr. Jackson. Did you have a comment?
  • Annabeth Chase: He's the one. He must be.
  • Clarisse La Rue: Well! A newbie!
  • Tyson: I...I am a freak?
  • Thalia Grace: I am Thalia. Daughter of Zeus.
  • Rachel Elizabeth Dare: Oh my god! Do you always kill people when they blow their noses?
  • Nico di Angelo: Don't talk to my sister that way!
  • Piper McLean: Jason, you okay?
  • Jason Grace: Um, I don't-
  • Coach Hedge: All right cupcakes, listen up!
  • Leo Valdez: Yeah right, Jason. We've all been framed! I didn't run away six times, Piper didn't steal a BMW.
  • Frank Zhang: That should've killed her!
  • Hazel Levesque: Frank, get them inside, quick!
  • Reyna: Percy...Jackson?
  • Octavian: The graecus! How interesting.

thecyberwolf:

X-Men: Days of Future Past

Created by David Rapoza

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Find this Artist on Deviant Art - Website - Tumblr - Twitter - Facebook

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characterdesigninspiration:

Quite a few people requested some form of trait/personality generator, and here’s the result!  I wanted to keep it vague enough that the options could work for any universe, be it modern, fantasy, scifi, or anything else, so these are really just the basics. Remember that a character is much more than a list of traits, and this should only be used as a starting point– I tried to include a variety of things, but further development is definitely a must.

Could pair well with the gender and sexuality generator.

To Play: Click and drag each gif, or if that isn’t working/you’re on mobile, just take a screenshot of the whole thing (multiple screenshots may be required if you want more than one trait from each category).

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amandaonwriting:

Using Myths for Writing Prompts
Writing prompts are an excellent way to stay in good writing shape. We post a daily writing prompt on our Facebook page. It is also available on our Creative Blog. 

If you’re looking for some inspiration, you may enjoy an article I wrote last year about using Lyrics as Writing Prompts. I am always looking for new writing exercises, and I wanted to explore the concept of myths as prompts. I think this could be a great exercise for your writing group.

What is a myth?
A myth is a traditional, usually ancient story involving supernatural beings, ancestors, or heroes. It is used to explain aspects of the natural world or to show the psychology, customs, or ideals of a society. Myths exist in every culture across the globe. Examples include Eros and Psyche, the Myth of Creation, Daedalus and Iccarus,Noah and the Great Flood, the myth of Arthur and Camelot, and The Rain Queen.

Why don’t you write a myth using one of these ideas as inspiration?

by Amanda Patterson

amandaonwriting:

Using Myths for Writing Prompts

Writing prompts are an excellent way to stay in good writing shape. We post a daily writing prompt on our Facebook page. It is also available on our Creative Blog
If you’re looking for some inspiration, you may enjoy an article I wrote last year about using Lyrics as Writing Prompts. I am always looking for new writing exercises, and I wanted to explore the concept of myths as prompts. I think this could be a great exercise for your writing group.
What is a myth?
A myth is a traditional, usually ancient story involving supernatural beings, ancestors, or heroes. It is used to explain aspects of the natural world or to show the psychology, customs, or ideals of a society. Myths exist in every culture across the globe. Examples include Eros and Psyche, the Myth of CreationDaedalus and Iccarus,Noah and the Great Flood, the myth of Arthur and Camelot, and The Rain Queen.
Why don’t you write a myth using one of these ideas as inspiration?

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