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Fighting Words
Active verbs to use in a fight scene or an otherwise violent encounter, color-coded by severity (with red as most intense and purple as most mild), and categorized by type of fight.

linestorm:

Fighting Words

Active verbs to use in a fight scene or an otherwise violent encounter, color-coded by severity (with red as most intense and purple as most mild), and categorized by type of fight.

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DIY Pom-poms!♥
Very nice :)

*A* need for room

we used this method to create marigolds for an El Dia de los Muertos at my job last year

man my job sure sounds cool

Forever reblog pretty arts and crafts

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Outlining your Novel

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Now that NaNoWriMo is getting closer, it’s time to start thinking about planning and outlining. While this is a strategy that doesn’t work for everyone, it’s undeniable that it might come in handy when it comes to writing a novel.

If you’re still deciding whether outlining…

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