A response to Meagan Deiss’ article in support of Creative Degrees in higher education.
Things to consider before sending your submission to an editor. First impressions are everything, even in the publishing business
Emotionally detaching yourself from killing likable characters Wow, I really have a theme of killing here, don’t I? Anywho…
You see the hours and the frustration and the pride, and more than that you feel it.
Growing up, I was always told that in order to make something of myself I needed a college education. I’m
So I was thinking to myself the other day about what I wanted to make sure to release
I kill women. And I don’t mean that I’m confessing to murder either. Or am I…
And before you get too far into reading this after getting the wrong idea, this post is about what music//background noise you (personally) need in order to get into the writing mood. Ya pervert.
Ultimately what I’m badly trying to say is that the best way to go about breaking down that wall that just slammed in front of your creativity is to face it head on, and then back down once you realize that fighting it will only make it worse.
The more time you take to yourself, the quicker you fall out of the grind that you had tried so hard to build up. It takes two days of not changing clothes and living off of your couch to ruin every big stride you ever tried to accomplish. Not that I would know of course…