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Hurricane evac traffic in Florida is like... #Gridlock #DoctorWho

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And then I go...but what if I took Snow White and made her a vampire. Then I see this. And then I realize Neil Gaiman has an amazing mind and already wrote that story: https://thedreaming.moteofdust.com/…/…/10/snow-glass-apples/

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TBOT

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Every time I want to write something in the horror genre, I find that Stephen King wrote it already.

http://www.msn.com/…/an-expert-explains-why-you…/ar-AArlWJo…

A Harvard psychiatrist has the answers to your It-based fears.
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You know you've got writing on your mind when you see a deep and lengthy inspirational quote like this and say "wow, I really like that font."

Have you lived your life like a Kindle in the Wind?

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I may actually do some writing tonight instead of just saying I'm writing. I'm working on a vampire book and a futuristic book about a futuristic postdeluvian floating city. I'll work on the fantasy book when I get a change-it's going to be to an alternate ancient world what Game Of Thrones (A Song Of Ice and Fire) was to the medieval world. Question, I'm considering adding a controversial method of execution to the floating city book, but I don't want to do it just for sh...ock value. I'm wondering would it seem like it was for shock value to add a method of execution that seems to be way too politically relevant? I have a feeling that if I do this people will talk about it like the way they talking about the Crucible being related to McCarthyism, but I'm not trying to do that. Or should I be? It's really relevant to the story. I may just mention it in passing. If you want details in order to answer the question, message me. I don't have messenger on my phone, but I do have it on my PC/tablet.

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Now I can stop asking how to get to Sesame Street.

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"History enables us to learn about the past so that we may better understand the present and more accurately predict the future." - Justin Kimberlin "On The Importance Of History"

Justin Kimberlin (author)

This is from a history book I am writing: "History enables us to learn about the past so that we may better understand the present and more accurately predict the future." - Justin Kimberlin "On The Importance Of History"

This is from a history book I am writing: "History enables us to learn about the past so that we may better understand the present and more accurately predict the future." - Justin Kimberlin "On The Importance Of History"

I really should stop using filler words.

*Grabs red pen.*

Let them go. Seriously.
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R.I.P. Jason Wintergreen
The voice of Boba Fett in the Empire Strikes Back

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He who shall not be named...

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Jackson: Let's go to Clearwater.
Mitch: Why? I mean, never in the course of human events has Clearwater, Florida ever been the solution to anything.
- Zoo Episode 10: Emotional Contagion

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According to Stephen King, It's All in the Opening Line

In a 2013 interview, consummate horror writer Stephen King stated that "an opening line should invite the reader to begin the story ... it should say: Listen. Come in here. You want to know about this." And we agree wholeheartedly. After all, when's the last time you forged ahead in a book whose ope…
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