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If an intruder ever comes to fucking murder you. You throw your mother fucking head back pull your arms in weird shapes and whip your head forward again and say the anti crist has awoken whilst smiling the biggest smile you have ever made. no smart person would ever fuck around with you if you did that.



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Hi Jane, I've just come from your YouTube and I really need your help. I'm trying to get into writing and I've got a very VERY basic idea. But I have no idea how to write interesting characters that people cheer on and I'm really struggling finding a good plot for my story too. I'm completely new to this, I've never written a story before in my life and I was wondering if you had any advice or a newbie. Thanks for taking the time to read this even if you don't answer.


Alright - first off: DO NOT PANIC

You’re gonna be fine. 

So long as you have the right attitude, you’re golden. Do not pretend to think that you have to be the best in order for you to be a writer. If you do that, you’re going to get discouraged and you’re going to want to quit. That is a toxic mindset and it will get you nowhere. 

You’ve already got something most than other people and that’s an idea, so you’re on the right track. Another first: Have fun

If this becomes a chore and you start to hate it, step away. Come back to it later. You need to be entertaining yourself in order for all of this to be worth it. 

In order to keep yourself from getting intimidated, I say start small. Short stories, fanfic drabbles, oneshots, stuff like that. I (in a totally unbiased opinion, pfh) think that fan fictions are a perfect way to get into writing. Read them, write them, study them. You’ll learn about grammar, formatting, pacing, and characterization before you know it. Read from the best - watch how they do it. 

These characters already exist so you don’t have to worry about figuring them out so much. You’re just building your skills before tackling the big leagues. 

If you want to get started on your story, read some books - on writing, about screenwriting, how to craft a story - but also read stuff in your genre to get a feeling for how its been done before. Watch TV, learn how a story is crafted within a forty-five minute span. (Hell, watch cartoons and you’ll see a good story done in a 21 minute window.) 

Write every day. Play with it. Write poorly (on purpose). Write something funny. Write purple-y. Figure out your voice, figure out your comfort zone and break it, figure out your method (when you write, do you need silence, do you need music, do you need a coffee shop so you can live out cliché fan fics?). 

Be analytical. Be critical. Challenge yourself. 

Sorry, this is such a HUGE question, I feel all over the place. I hope this gets you started!

Windpipe and fingers :)

Windpipe: Do you sing?
Yes, sometimes… But like in the shower or making dinner xD

Fingers: Do you play an instrument?
Nope. I’m actually really bad at music, I don’t even have rhythm.

Thanks for the ask! :)