Tattoo Tuesday – Writer Inspired Tattoos

When something significant happens in my life, I like to commemorate with a tattoo.  And, my first thought is to get a tattoo that signifies the occasion in art form.  So, when I finished the first draft of my first novel, I searched for the perfect image and I couldn’t find the exact image.  I decided to get an addition to an older tattoo.

But, I really liked the other writer inspired tattoos.  Let me know which one you like.

How do you record your work? Quill and Ink or typewriter.

I love the idea of the punctuation tattoo.  I would probably do a exclamation point to remind me to stop using them.  I like exclamation points!

This is a good one if you have an issue remembering how to spell or pronounce your favorite word.

There is always the  quote that changed your life and made you want to write. Or, tattoo your own brilliant prose.  I would wait until published before you do you own words incase they get cut in edits.

This is the one is my favorite. It is simple and to the point.

I think I will ultimately create an image that incorporates all of these great ideas. What writer inspired tattoo do you like the best? 

19 thoughts on “Tattoo Tuesday – Writer Inspired Tattoos

  1. I like the quill too! One of my friends has gotten tattoos to represent her favorite books, a spell from harry potter and some text from another book. I think writing inspired tattoos are great!

  2. I really love the blank book. And the quill. I’ve got two tattoos from Harry Potter. Not just because they’re Harry Potter and I’m a total nerd about it but for what they mean to me.

  3. “I would wait until published before you do your own words in case they get cut in edits.”
    Hahaha! I can just imagine someone doing that and then the words get cut 😉 Embarrassing!

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