Pictures that most writers can relate to — I know I can. (There’s lots of images, but they’re funny.)
- Staying up until two in the morning just thinking is a real thing for us writers. That’s why I always keep a notebook in my bed — so I can write down plot ideas in the middle of the night. It can be pretty terrible, because sometimes you JUST WANT TO SLEEP.
2. Sooooo many unfinished story. Dozens of them, gathering dust in notebooks or forgotten computer files.
3. But so, so worth it.
4. I would suggest that they make the light blue section a tad bit bigger.
5. I look up the weirdest stuff for my writing.
6. I actually printed this out at taped it to my door. XD
9. UGH. Why is this so true?
11. *cough* NaNoWriMo *cough*
12. Not sure whether to laugh or cry . . .
15. True, unfortunately.
16. I’m more likely to choose Option B. :)
17. I freeze up whenever people ask me this. Like, how are you even supposed to explain your book? “Um, there’s this girl . . . she has black wings . . . her best friend is part of a secret organization . . . there’s a war and stuff.” (<<< A terribly summary of Shadow Bird.)
21. Is this why my showers take so long? Maybe.
22. I once spent THREE DAYS picking a name for a minor character that doesn’t even appear until the middle of the book.
23. Yeah. There’s a girl whose death is important to the MC’s character development, but now I’m super attached to her . . . *sigh*
26. Sooooo true.
27. My new excuse for everything.
28. This is why I keep notebooks in my bed. Sometimes I’m able to write down the chapter before it flits away.
29. Guilty. I actually wrote the first chapter to Shadow Bird‘s sequel already.
31. I think my family waits until I’m super into my story to interrupt me.
32. The struggle is real . . .
33. Heh . . . heh . . . heh . . . *sad sigh*
35. To all fellow writers, may this blessing fall upon you.
37. “It seemed like such a good idea at the time . . .”
38. Why I can’t sleep.