This is a really good post, I should read over and do this when I’m stuck :’D
The Terminator, 1984, Hemdale Film
A lot of times, I read about getting stuck during writing, or writer’s block. To be honest, this is something I rarely experience, because once I start writing a story or a script, I am pretty well prepared to rush through the act of writing. There are some things I usually do, which make the writing the most fun part of a project. Like playing around with your characters and immersing in the world you are creating. In this blog post, I will share with you some of the things I do that (as a nice side effect) prevent that writer’s block could happen in the first place. Maybe some of these could be helpful for you too. :)
- Do your homework first
There is a great discussion about whether you should line out your plot before you start writing. I have heard…
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You know how there’s those times when someone you know of comes up to you and knew who you were, when all that time you thought they didn’t?
It happens to me all the freaking time.
Like I’d be minding my own business, and (usually) an upperclassman would come up to me and be like “Hey Seihou, what’s up?”
And my reaction is always this: O///-///O And inside I’m always like “YOU ACTUALLY KNOW WHO I AM?? THIS IS FLATTERING”
I don’t know if this is what other people think,but lately I’ve been having that feeling a lot @-@
This is how you can tell I’m not used to the attention from my higher ups.