Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Well, the Solstice has passed and the Autumn weather is taking hold (unless you're in Minnesota and you're getting snow?!?).  We must admit this is our favorite time of the year (the fact that three of us have birthdays now and coming up might have something to do with it).  We hope you're taking advantage of the early-to-dim nights and are getting lots of reading and writing squeezed into your day.

Gather Ye Rosebuds!

Best Hashtag of the Week goes to #TeenNitpick:



This Writing Life:










Readers Make the World Go Round:








Everyone on Twitter's a Comic:




And we're inclined to agree
 




What Can We Say About These People?  There's No Excuse For Them, They're Just Essential:


What was the last song you screamed at the top of your lungs?  

6 comments:

Kristan Hoffman said...

<3
- Anime-June
- Writer's Relief
- Dan Curtis Johnson
- Artistotles

Last song I screamed at the top of my lungs? Hmm... The last one I REMEMBER screaming at the top of my lungs was "Domino" by Jessie J. :)

Sarah Wedgbrow said...

Oh, I wish I could have heard that. LOL. My go-to scream song was always "Zombie" by the Cranberries.

Margot Wood said...

Great roundup as usual ladies! Love this feature!

Adventures in YA Publishing said...

These tweets were fantastic! Thanks for sharing! Great reminders for writers.

Martina

kaye (paper reader) said...

Oh, I love you ladies so. <3

I sing constantly; it's like I can't listen to a song without losing myself completely in it. I'd probably say BELOW MY FEET by Mumford & Sons - this album, you guys!

I'm sure i've said this before, but this roundup about writing and such is so motivational for me; I identify with a lot of the tweets but the one about making the characters human sticks with me in particular. Great job. :)

Sarah Wedgbrow said...

@Margot, Martina, and Kaye...thanks so much for commenting (that's our encouragement for these posts!)

Did you see Mumford & Sons on Saturday Night Live? They were moving around like the muppets, made me laugh. Like the bass player has awesome Animal hair. :) Yes, singing loudly to their songs is required. ;)

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