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About Literature / Hobbyist Member Jonathan RitterMale/United States Group :iconwriting-to-live: Writing-to-Live
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I see so many writers on here who are also good at photography and I stare at my hands and can't help but be jealous.
Keep it up, I like the eye candy
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Jonathan Ritter
Artist | Hobbyist | Literature
United States
20, Oregonian, always up to chat.

I didn't like my profile pic or my bio, so enjoy this interim pic and this minimalist description until I think of something better.

None of my work may be used without my expressed permission. I'm pretty lenient on what it can be used for however, so just be sure to contact me first.

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bm25m Mar 25, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy Birthday! >:D<
remanth Feb 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy birthday! *throws confetti* :party::cake::dance:
Thank you (:
Hey Jon how is that writer's block going for you?
Oh it's alright I guess, for some reason I can only think of titles right now
Don't worry about it man, it should get better eventually.
Or you can move onto something else, like getting a job naming the color of crayons or visiting every ice cream place within 100 square miles of you.
RedHawkSFO Aug 19, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
I liken to call it writer's distention, as opposed to block, since the former is less negative-sounding than the latter.
Writer's fragmentation, it feels like
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