That Moment When…

cherryflavoredplotbunnies:

That Moment when your main character has a lovely voice of her own but your OTHER main character sounds about as bland as potato soup *sigh* 

Hey, potato soup can be pretty good! Zest it up with some bacon or garlic or something. Make it baked potato soup. Y U M

NaNoWriMo ML Application

I’m applying to be an ML for the Seattle region, but there’s already 3 MLs here. I mean, Seattle is like the third biggest region in the nation, so 4 MLs isn’t outrageous, but… idk maybe NaNo staff would just be like “haha no.”

Wish me luck!

I wish Seattle were truly the rainiest city. 

honeyscrumptious shush: i love your blog! wow. um this may be a dumb question but do you know where it rains the most in the US? I would guess Seattle or Oregon? thanks

strengthinhope:

I’m spanish and I don’t know much about the US states weathers, but my followers might know it, answers anyone? :) 

Seattle is known as the rainiest city, it rains something around 238 days out of the year i believe

Noo~~~ We really don’t get that much rain. We were built up as the “Rainy City” but it’s mostly just drizzle? Not downpour, unfortunately.

honeyscrumptious shush: i love your blog! wow. um this may be a dumb question but do you know where it rains the most in the US? I would guess Seattle or Oregon? thanks

I’m spanish and I don’t know much about the US states weathers, but my followers might know it, answers anyone? :) 

Not Seattle, actually! We have less rain than most US cities. It’s just overcast and drizzly here most of the year, which I love. (Today, it’s raining! Mid-July!) Boston has more rain than Seattle.

Northern coast of California, coast of Oregon, and the coastal side of Washington have a lot of rain. :)

It’s raining at work today, and it’s making it really hard to pay attention to my project. I’d much rather be at home writing wrapped in a blanket.

darlavillani:

Nine Literary Magazines for New and Unpublished Writers

"Seeing your work in print for the first time is a unique thrill. But it can feel like a daunting task to submit your writing to a magazine or journal when you nobody other than friends and family has ever read it. To make the process somewhat less scary, here are 9 literary magazines that welcome submissions from new and never before published writers."

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