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Insta Series: Kenma Kozume

In which Kenma has a thing for cats, flowers, and Kuroo. 

See also: [Noya] | [Kuroo| [Akaashi| [Kageyama| [Daichi| [Asahi| [Tanaka| [Terushima| [Iwaizumi| [Suga| [Hinata| [Oikawa| [Bokuto| [Tsukki] | [Lev| [Ennoshita]

Emanuel Leutze, Washington Crossing the Delaware, 1851

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4 Tips to Un-Fry Your Brain and Polish Your Novel

November is finally over, and now that you’ve had a chance to catch up on some much-needed sleep, you might be planning the next steps in the life of your novel. Today, author and Municipal Liaison E.A. Comiskey shares her advice for polishing the draft you wrote in November:

I hope you are wildly proud of yourself! You took a chance on a wild journey this November, and even if you didn’t end up exactly where you expected, I have no doubt you made some remarkable progress. 

So, now what? Here are a few suggestions for next steps:

1. Step away from your novel.

First of all, step away. Fifty thousand words in thirty days is enough to fry the most seasoned writer’s brain. You’re done. You’re no longer seeing clearly. Walk away for a little while. Go introduce yourself to those people in your living room. I’ll bet they’ve missed you! Breathe in some fresh air. Stretch your muscles. Do some Christmas shopping. Read a book. Any book except the one you just wrote. 

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If she’s the one who’ll break the spell, you must finally learn to love…

Side by side 1991 animation and 2017 live action                                               Go and watch xBenQCatx video on youtube *^*