The Ultimate Inspirational Writing Quotes (as Memes)
Lately I’ve been on a kind of meme creation craze. Basically, I started making these images with quotes a couple weeks ago and haven’t stopped.
I wasn’t sure what it was about putting text on images, whether to promote my books, my websites, or, quite honestly, simply for the sake of creating them. It’s addicting. And it’s kind of weird. But, I finally figured out the real reason…
It’s a lot of fun!
It really is. If you’d like to try your hand at it, I recommend using Canva. (No affiliation) It’s mostly a free-to-use site where you can upload photos and add text and some basic (but cool) design elements to them.
So lately I’ve been uploading the memes to my facebook page and quite a few people asked me if they can share them, where they can get the higher resolution versions to print for themselves, and some have even asked if they can use the images on their blogs.
The answers are:
1. Yes. Help yourselves to sharing them. You can use the links to all the social networks at the end of the post and for Pinterest hover your mouse pointer over an image for the pin button to appear.
2. The higher resolution photos are on this post, click on any image and it will take you to the full resolution. There’s a lot of images in this post, so be patient for them to load (it’s worth it).
3. Yes. You most certainly can use these images on your blogs as long as you do me a solid and link back to this post. (Thank you.)
4. Print to your heart’s desire. They make great inspirational posters for your walls. However, please don’t sell.
Writing is powerful, but it can also be terrifying. (Click to Tweet)
Below are the rest of the pictures. Let me know which ones I got right in the comments. And the ones I didn’t get as right, well… let’s go ahead and ignore those.
(I tried to create tweets for each one, but some were too long so I modified those.)
Write because you love to write. Love always trumps doubt. (Click to Tweet)
As long as you love to write… no one can stop you but yourself. (Click to Tweet)
I love being a writer. And, I love having written. (Click to Tweet)
Stop comparing yourself to others. (Click to Tweet)
Free yourself from any self-restraint that could be blocking your story. (Click to Tweet)
Doubt cannot and will not hold me back from writing. (Click to Tweet)
The first draft reveals the art, revision reveals the artist. (Click to Tweet)
You can’t let fear of the next step define you. (Click to Tweet)
Constructive criticism does not require a whip. (Click to Tweet)
We are being attacked by a writing epidemic. It’s Doubt! (Click to Tweet)
Use your writing flaws as markers for your improvement. Turn them into positives. (Click to Tweet)
You will know what you want to write about because you’ll love writing about it. (Click to Tweet)
We need your story. Write it. That’s what writers do. (Click to Tweet)
It’s the message the writer delivers that makes him or her memorable. (Click to Tweet)
Never set the impossible goal of pleasing everyone. You can’t and you won’t. (Click to Tweet)
You have a compelling story to share, so don’t hide it. (Click to Tweet)
The secret to being concise is in the rewrites and the editing process, not in the first draft. (Click to Tweet)
An idea is wonderful, but an idea written down is heaven! (Click to Tweet)
If you want to write, you should write. (Click to Tweet)
Write from your heart, because that’s where the story is. (Click to Tweet)
Get it on paper first and edit later. (Click to Tweet)
Don’t underestimate yourself. You’re a better writer than you think you are. (Click to Tweet)
Writing is not all sunshine, flowers and rainbows. It’s hard work. But worth every word. (Click to Tweet)
Your words matter. Write them with confidence. (Click to Tweet)
Step into that place of discomfort and write words that bring meaning into your life. (Click to Tweet)
Writers are audacious and cool. Write on! (Click to Tweet)
Getting published is a byproduct of doing what you love: Writing. (Click to Tweet)
You’re not seeing double. This quote from Writer’s Doubt was extremely popular on the social networks, therefore I used it on several images.
No one can stop you but yourself. (Click to Tweet)
You are a writer. Believe it. (Click to Tweet)
Write with purpose. (Click to Tweet)
When I grow up I want to be a writer. (Click to Tweet)
I hope you enjoyed these quotes as memes. Let me know which one you liked the most in the comments.