writer asks 📃
send these to a writer you know or answer some yourself!
ink: what do you do to “set the mood” when writing?
pen and paper: do you prefer writing by hand or on a device? why?
diary: how many pieces have you written that are just for you or will never see the light of day?
journal: do you ever write just so you can enjoy something to read?
novella: do you prefer to write short stories, one-shots, or entire novels?
pulitzer: tell about/link a piece where you fielt your writing was the best.
genre: what genre do you prefer to write in?
narrator: what pov do you like writing in best?
backstory: how did you come to love writing?
time-lapse: how long have you been writing (as a hobby or for work)?
characterization: describe your favorite character(s) you’ve written.
carnegie: what authors and/or books/stories have inspired you to write or influenced your work?
faulkner: what tropes do you LOVE writing? which ones are your guilty pleasure?
o’connor: what tropes/genres do you dislike writing?
dickinson: what insecurities do you have about your own writing? what do you think you should improve on?
playlist: what kind of music/songs help you write? do you have a writing playlist?
record: have you written things based off of songs? do you like to?
nobel: have you published anything you’ve written? online or irl?
notepad: can you write anywhere or do you have to be in a specific place and mood to write?
parchment: how often do you or your personal life influence your writing?
dedication: if you were to publish a book or multiple, who would you dedicate the book(s) to?
trope: what’s a pet peeve you have about writing?
input: what’s something you hate that people say to you about writing/your writing?
critic: what’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever received about writing?
mifflin: what do you feel is your strong suit in writing?
houghton: what’s something you love that people compliment your pieces on?
I can’t say that I remember rating walkers on hotness.
“You don’t catch my drift at all, do ya? You’ve never been on a plane. Aw, man, it’s alright. It’s not your fault that God turned this world into an asspit before you were born. Alright. Picture this, alright?
Sitting on a plane, really nice, comfy seats, but it feels like you’ve been sitting on the runway for goddamn ever. Suddenly, there’s this kinda rumbling, a groan, alright? The plane finally starts to creep along, right, and now we’re moving faster and faster. And you look out that window, and everything’s turning into a blur. And then, “Whew.” Wheels come up off the ground. You are flying. It is like voodoo magic, man, alright? Up and up and up, higher and higher until it feels like you are floating on top of the frickin’ world. And you’re looking out that little window, and you can see houses. They look like little toy houses and little toy cars. Oh. But the food? Unh-unh. No way. They served us something. They called it beef stroganoff. Let me tell you something. It looked like baby shit. And my Lucille, she wouldn’t even touch it. Ah, kid, there is so much you’re gonna miss growing up in this… screwed-up world.“ negan in ‘what it always is’