People know the symbols. They see other symbols less significant that mean everything to someone else. When I saw Ayumi talking (signing) about her brother, who died in the burning of the sacred cross, everybody in the streets gawked in front of the screen. There she was, a ghost with black eyes, prosthetic because she … Continue reading Writing prompt: praising ideas, disrespecting people
Might reconsider... It would have made a nice sunset as well...
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If You Come Softly Dancing in the Streets; Eat Pray Love; Let Me Help You Understand That Was Then This Is Now So B. It Beneath A Scarlet Sky Ivanhoe, The Watcher, The Emperor's Children Shattered A Fire Burning Brightly You Don't Know Me I'm Watching You The Girl on The Train, Breathe: Crash, Unwind, … Continue reading Writing prompt: formulating voices out of book titles
ho is writing the novel? The mindset or the thinker? What are some rules/beliefs/ideals in the writer mindset? Do the rules and beliefs of the mindset control the thinker’s mindset? Do the beliefs help the novel without compensating for the thinker? Am I free to write the novel? Can I still do it productively? Can … Continue reading (Transferred Post) Writer mind / Thinking Mind
Every day, we strive to be the dusters of time and space. Every day, reality falls through and that which we strive to create shatters. Once again, the significance of the power in initiative is forgotten, not by us or you or them, but by the defeat. I guess that is what they mean when … Continue reading Edits from old writing: nihilists
If you’ve written enough in your book but it contradicts your outline,I guess it would be better to see how the changes to your outline look. I’ve tried rearranging sections of chapters and gave up. Things started not making sense. Nothing was synchronized. Event a happened after event d which was apparent ally repeated in … Continue reading Outlining a Novel (reflections)