What does it mean to write? To write is to do violence against our thoughts, to force structure on them that weeds out the worthy from the worthless, to leave only the strong and logical while the frail and flimsy are banished into oblivion. Writing is the holocaust in our minds.
Officially upgraded from a contributing writer to a STAFF #writer for #HBOwatch!! #bestdayever #allofficialandstuff
1.) During mental blocks, frustration
2.) Douchebags interrupting your burst of inspiration
3.) Can’t think of a proper plot
4.) Can’t risk having a character turn into a Mary Sue or Gary Stu
5.) Proper punctuation and gramming
6.) Made a masterpiece, can’t think of a good title ;x;
7.) Suckish introductions
8.) Doesn’t know how to make the story flow LIKE OMG I WANNA WRITE THE ENDING NAO
9.) Endings written by penguins.
(Can you add more, guys?:)
We have different origins; that’s the only thing different from us. The rest are akin, as if we’re each other’s reflection, molded by one love. But fate played us, we are only made for each other, but we can’t be together. We are souls forever longing for our bodies, demanding to be felt." - J. Del Corro
Before I sat down to write this, I had to clear off my desk of papers and garbage and all of the other things that accompany three weeks of entropy. This was an unfortunate reminder of the fact that my process, one that I had spent so long working to develop, had slipped away from me at some point. Maybe it was because of heartbreak. Maybe falling in love. Maybe watching life and death coexist.…
I really did try to write it so that an educated public that cares about issues like this doesn’t have to be a lawyer and can read it and understand it. - Floyd Abrams