Looking for some quick inspiration? Here are the best writing advice tweets this week:
— The Script Lab (@TheScriptLab) November 15, 2014
— Jon Winokur (@AdviceToWriters) November 23, 2014
WRITING TIPS: 1) Stare out of window. 2) Have back ache. 3) Feel the blank terror of your Word document. 4) Sigh. 5) Go on Twitter.
— Matt Haig (@matthaig1) November 16, 2014
The best part about sitting down to write is cleaning my entire apartment.
— Caira Conner (@CairaConner) November 18, 2014
— Jon Winokur (@AdviceToWriters) November 18, 2014
I would advise anyone who aspires to a writing career that before developing his talent he would be wise to develop a thick hide —Harper Lee
— The Write Life (@thewritelife) November 19, 2014
You are wasting your time telling a writer to quit writing. You may as well tell them to stop breathing.
— Literary Rejections (@LitRejections) November 19, 2014
Sometimes you need to schedule your writing time. If you want people to believe it’s your job, then treat it like one. #writetip
— Nat Russo (@NatRusso) November 21, 2014
…The important part of writing is living. #DorisLessing
— Rachel Stirling (@Stirlingwriter) November 22, 2014
Here’s a little encouragement to help you out of your shell: pic.twitter.com/W34hhfGcty
— Writer’s Relief (@WritersRelief) November 21, 2014
Writing tips: -wear lucky pajamas -bounce ideas off your cats -dress your pencils in tiny suits -cry yourself to sleep -dream about zebras
— Jeremy C. Shipp (@JeremyCShipp) November 16, 2014