Thread: Mental Health, Money Stress, And It’s Hard Out Here For A Writer

        https://twitter.com/Tao23/status/941108294189449216       https://twitter.com/Tao23/status/941108295330344960   https://twitter.com/Tao23/status/941108296370589697     https://twitter.com/Tao23/status/941108297754730498 https://twitter.com/Tao23/status/941108298740391936 https://twitter.com/Tao23/status/941108299616997376 https://twitter.com/Tao23/status/941108300564877312 https://twitter.com/Tao23/status/941108301814738945 So, there's today's peek into my psyche. Maybe there are some clues there into why I often write about alienation and deprivation and internal turmoil. I don't know, it's so subtle...  O.O

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Dear Flying Superheroes: FLY HIGHER

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nhe_cyrHNpI Back in the days when I read more superhero comix, and today when I watch a movie with a flying superhero -- especially one with some kind of ranged attack, IRON MAN I'M LOOKING AT YOU -- I'm super annoyed when they just happen to fly low enough for an opponent with no ranged... Continue Reading →

The Magic Bullet For Success

The internet is crawling with magic bullets. I'm going to make some up, but they'll probably replicate or be damn close to real ones: "5 Easy Tips To Unleash Your Creativity" "10 Great Writers Tell You How To Be A Success" "3 Simple Principles To Unlock Viral Fame". You know the stuff. You've seen it.... Continue Reading →

Writing Longhand

The more I write, the more I find that I prefer to write longhand instead of using the computer. (It's worth noting that the computer RULES for editing, rewriting, rearranging, and otherwise molding a story into the right shape.) I always start a story by hand. I scribble notes and write a page or two.... Continue Reading →

Broken Rice: Word Cloud 2

A month ago, I posted a word cloud for a work in progress, Broken Rice. It was around 8,000 words long then.   Since then, I reached a "I don't know what to do with this next" point, then let the story sit for a while and worked on other things, then picked it back up... Continue Reading →

In The Beginning…

...I start almost every story writing by hand, then type it into a LibreOffice doc and continue the story as a typist. If a story stalls really badly, I often end up going back to writing longhand to kickstart it. Maybe it's a weird way to do things, but it seems to work. This is... Continue Reading →

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