Part of me says to keep on writing, hoping that something intelligent will come out of the anger and part of me has to cool down. I feel my character’s anger and can relate to it. I’ve lost my temper and my control a time or two. I don’t like having it happen to me, and I probably shouldn’t let… Continue reading "What to do when your character loses her temper."
Month: September 2017
I love my optometrist because she doesn’t mind if I ask questions unrelated to my own condition. I’m not colour blind, but one of my characters is. I asked for clarification on colour blindness, specifically on not seeing the colour red. Wikipedia, I pointed out (probably unnecessarily), was only as accurate as the contributors and they could be iffy. She… Continue reading "I Love My Optometrist."
I don’t run out of things to say. I just run out of intelligent things to say on occasion. That’s my version of writer’s block. When I find myself writing for the sake of writing and not for the sake of telling a story, I stop, print out what I have and then go play a few hands of Solitaire.… Continue reading "Writer’s Block and the Game of Solitaire"