quillwritten said to corvidprompts:I want to be an author and performer and I’m determined to do at least one but I’ll keep working towards both until it happens
unnameablethings said to corvidprompts:we’ve talked about it before but im going to attend farm school so i can run a good gay farm w/ a bunch of friends and self-publish lots of stories on the internet. chickens and bees and peaches and tomatoes and alpacas, heck yeah!!!
anon, there is always room for physical books. You just gotta get you name out there!! Like that one, small queer bookstore that became popular overnight from a tumblr post. It’s a tough industry, but you can do it! find your niche!!
@quillwritten hell yeah live ur dreams!! Live both of them!! mesh them together into one eldritchdream!! just Keep Going!!
@unnameablethings my good friend with ur gay little farm,,, i love you and support ur farm,, can i come an make candles
my grandparents on my dads side (his mom and step father) were both farmers until they were too old to be anymore snce non of their kids wished to inherit the land. you can do it too
I want to become a writer or an artist, or at least do commissions as a side job. It’s been hard to get inspiration lately, but I’m doing my best. Maybe even an actor if I’m brave enough? I like the idea of playing the role of a fictional character. Argh, there are a lot of interesting jobs.
Hey! you fucking go for it! Becoming a writer is tough but there’s so much information online about how to navigate the publishing world now. Even if you can’t be the next JKR, become the next maggie stiefvater or leigh bardugo or samantha march. Do your best and succeed ❤
hey! no worries i’ve gotten this question a few times
1. i wanted more practice with gender neutral singular pronouns. they just aren’t common and i wasn’t very good at using them consistently at first so i wanted to challenge myself
2. it’s easier to sub in she/her or he/him pronouns into the xe/xir format since the sentence structure is the same. It’s just generally a little more convenient for writing prompts since most people use she or he pronouns while still keeping things gender neutral.