Gwendoline Nelson

Are there any queer new adult books?


Just one?

AHHH I get to start editing tomorrow. I’m so excited!

(I will remain excited until I realise how much work I have to do to get this novel in shape. Then I might cry.)

I identify w tinkerbell a lot because she needs attention or she dies and that’s pretty much me

Writing is hard work. A clear sentence is no accident. Very few sentences come out right the first time, or even the third time. Remember this in moments of despair. If you find that writing is hard, it’s because it is hard. It’s one of the hardest things that people do.
- William Zinsser (via writingquotes)
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Hey tumblr, can I ask you a question?

If you used to be bigoted against LGBT+ people, at what age did you change your opinion, and why?

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Reading is like hitting a reset button on reality.
Idea for a two-volume book series:
Book one: a life-affirming story about pretentious teens with superiority complexes who have experiences and give nauseatingly quotable musings on philosophy and what it means to be alive, which often involves their enjoyment of books and tea and their condescending view of the popular kids as sheep
Book two: the same exact story, except this time it's being narrated by the teacher who has to deal with these asshole kids on a daily basis but is legally barred from saying "are you fucking kidding me" when they say some pretentious bullshit about how they prefer the smell of old books to the taste of alcohol. The teacher is re-telling the story to her friend at the bar, and her friend refuses to accept that these children could POSSIBLY be as pretentious as she makes them sound
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Life (and hair and makeup) →

I finally blogged again. Just an update, really.