A blog about writers, for writers, written by an aspiring writer.
It’s hard being smart.
It isn’t easy watching people make silly errors.
It isn’t fun listening to people speak gibberish.
It isn’t pleasant when people around don’t use the cells in their brain.
I’m in a foul mood. I don’t want to offend anybody, but I can’t keep my frustrations inside any longer. Forgive me.
This rant is officially over. Tomorrow’s post will be more lighthearted and maybe even…
When the power goes out while you’re writing on the computer.
Worse, when the power takes an eternity to come back on.
Even worse, when your work doesn’t save.
Speaking from experience although it’s more like an exaggerated experience.
Perhaps the world is telling me I should get used to writing by candlelight.
I don’t know if I want NaNo to hurry on up or if I need time to slow down so I can mentally prepare myself.
October is the calm before the storm.
November is pure havoc and madness.
But I love it.
Good luck to everyone participating this year. And if you aren’t, I’ll try to reduce my annoying habit of constantly bringing it up.
When I want to give up, I think about all the people I need to prove wrong. All the people who know nothing about me aside from my name. And even then some individuals mispronounce or misspell it. But I persist and I persevere because my ego is too large to let haters get the last laugh.
Don’t give up. Rise above. Always get the last word. Be the last one standing.