There’s one quote that always comes to mind after a long writing session . Granted, I don’t often remember it word for word but I get the meaning: “Never Empty the Well of Your Writing. I had learned already never to empty the well of… Continue Reading “Violent Housework”
You should be afraid of the unknown because you don’t know if it’s dangerous or not, at least in a primal sense. But for others who wants to go further they must take risks and challenge the unknown Nobody reads my tweets so I… Continue Reading “”
Don’t assume that things will work out as you write your script. Plot demands serious thought and you will just end up wasting time if you skip it. For me, it boils down to having to learn early in the writing process what works… Continue Reading “”
I can make any story seem good to a point, polish it and whatnot, but when the plot, the theme, and the whole existence of the story doesn’t work, it will never work. I dug too deep and came out with nothing.
The worst part about editing is when you realize you like both versions equally as much and you try to incorporate the best bits of both versions into one. It never becomes pretty but you do it anyway, until you destroy both and start… Continue Reading “”