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Call Me Kelsi

"You're nuts, but you're welcome here." Steve Martin

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Halloween Benedict (Pumpkin dance from X)

Dancing Pumpkinbatch

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OH MY GOD I FOUND THE VIDEO <3!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tis the season!

Passing the 100 page mark on my novel be like&#8230;

Passing the 100 page mark on my novel be like…

So I’m talking to my daughter this morning,

and I’m having a fit that it’s finally October. I’m telling her that we are going to have so much fun watching Hocus Pocus, Halloweentown, Casper, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and even Don’t Look Under the Bed. I’m all, Halloween! Fall clothes! Pumpkin brownies! Huzzah! And she looks at me with her big blue eyes, just hanging on my every word.

Then she lays her head down on her highchair tray and nearly falls asleep in her scrambled eggs.

Silly 10 month olds.

I am taking all of your characters


and putting them into a linen-lined basket, like precious baby chicks. I stroll up and down the avenue, giving the basket a gentle swing, occasionally looking down to them with a doting smile.

I will then give them back when it is time for you to progress their plots, which for most writers means upending the basket into a boiling pot of water.

This is lovely. How happy my duo would be if only they could hitch a ride.

That awkward moment when you argue with your characters.

This pretty much sums me up right now. 

This pretty much sums me up right now. 

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Humor is almost always anger with its make-up on.

Stephen King, Bag of Bones (via maxkirin)

When my husband asks when he can read my new chapters&#8230;

When my husband asks when he can read my new chapters…

When you have eliminated all which is impossible, then whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.

Arthur Conan Doyle, The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes (via larmoyante)

I’d like to emphasize that when a reader finishes a great novel, he will immediately begin looking for another. If someone loves your book, it increases the chance that he or she will look at mine. So there is no competition between writers. Another writer’s success helps build a larger readership for all of us.

David Farland (via maxkirin)