Stories to Write downWriting Stories
I' ve got a novel in my mind, but it's difficult to write it down. How can I make the words light?
However, you can't hope that the same thing will work when you try to write a novel. Authors write and re-write many designs to make their stories and accounts right. If Hemingway now says his first designs were poor, why the hell do you want more? Turn off your inner criticism and have the guts to do something wrong.
To read a textbook or take a course in composition, to write a novel or to be more imaginative will not make you better. It is never a clean and orderly procedure, and certainly not foreseeable. To write is more than just to write. What doesn't work can work because you can deduct, sum, adjust or change until your typing comes to life.
With years of practical knowledge and expertise, there are times when authors fight to find out. Someday you'll dive back down and get up as you always do. Good times make up for poor times and keep the match commensurate. There is only one thing of all the advices given by authors, artists, musicians, designer and inventors: don't give up.
When you think you need fresh inspirations to move on, think of the words of Peter DeVries: "I only write when I'm inspirated and I make sure I'm inspirated every day at 9am".
Writing down storyline inspirations so you can recall why they were great.
You' re taking the false notices. Incorrect kind of note? I kept a wonderful journal years ago. It was a few month ago and I was expecting the posts to be lenient without the importance, the response or the early dawn spirit that makes a nightmare a good time.
But, no, in these shards the experiment came back, just as strange and weird. You' ve caught both knowledge and reasoning and explanations. What's that got to do with taking notices? That is the fresh and directness that can vanish during processing, or when you try to improve yourself, become formally or declare yourself.
It' also the kind of thing that can go away when we take a note after a brain wave. So, when I write down an ideas, I make sure I take that rough answer into account. I' m writing it as a river of awareness, like a fantasy. There will be practicality as well, so it's not all gibberish - e.g. "Man sees women in a robe who is exactly like his wife's, assuming she is and follows her", but these look clean when you look at them in solitary state.
Tales are emotive. You' d like to make sure that your memos help you recall the effects you've had and the how and why. Did your idea dry up and die when you were reading your memos?