Have you ever been afraid of something, and as such find it difficult to write about?
No. Actually, I did have to write one scene in TSC - a challenge that, had it been real, I would’ve been terrified to experience it. But for some reason I struggled with the challenge, because I felt like it was boring - completely unscary. I shipped it off to betas feeling zero confidence in the scene, but they all raved about it. *shrugs*
Since I’m on vacation I thought planning something to do could end up being a pretty good idea. Here I present you the Taylor Swift Challenge.
 Music Videos
 Acceptance Spechees
 Tour Guests
“You’re wrong, you know,” he said quietly.
“What?” I gasped.
“I can feel what you’re feeling now — and you are worth it.” “I’m not,” I mumbled. “If anything happens to them, it will be for nothing.” “You’re wrong,” he repeated, smiling kindly at me.
5 quotes- Carlisle Cullen, New Moon, Chapter 2, p.37
Carlisle spoke slowly. “I look at my… son. His strength, his goodness, the brightness that
shines out of him–and it only fuels that hope, that faith, more than ever. How could there not
be more for one such as Edward?” I nodded in fervent agreement. “But if I believed as he does…” He looked down at me with unfathomable eyes. “If you
believed as he did. Could you take away his soul?” The way he phrased the question thwarted my answer.
↳ Challenge #3 - Gabriel Lightwood or Gideon Lightwood
“You are a Lightwood,“ Cecily said. "You stayed because you were loyal to your family name. It is not cowardice.”
“Wasn’t it? Is loyalty still a commendable quality when it is misdirected?"
Cecily opened her mouth, then closed it again. Gabriel was looking for her, his eyes shining in the moonlight. He seemed genuinely desperate to hear her answer. She wondered if he had anyone else to talk to. She could see how it might be terrifying to take one’s moral qualms to Gideon; he seemed so staunch, as if he never questioned himself in his life and would not understand those who did.