What Writing IsWhat Writing IsWhat Writing Is6 years ago in Academic Essays More Like This
Imagine a theatre full of actors. There is a stage, the backstage, an audience seating place with a hundred red, comfy chairs. And there are actors everywhere. Theyre on stage. Theyre just behind the curtain, preparing for their next big scene. Theyre also hanging from the rafters for the fun of it because some of them are weird like that.
And you are their director.
And they dont want to listen to a thing you say.
This is what writing is. Writers are the director to any story their actors want to tell. Our job is to herd them like chickens onto the stage and make them behave.
But, like a T-Rex with a bad tooth, the actors are temperamental. And every one of them wants you to listen. All the time. Much as we may like to, we cannot create a story plotline and drop the actors into cookie cutter slots. At best we can build a jungle gym and watch them pla
First Person PluralFirst Person PluralFirst Person Plural6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
You think you know me?
Do you think you can, with my fractured mind? Yes, in three, you all know that. But do you even fathom how jagged these pieces are? Do you realize how hard it is to keep some shred of sanity?
Of course not. You enjoy my antics too much.
Yes, I have seen what you do with me. The crazy one. The cute one. The angry one.
I find it interesting that the angry part of me, Hothead, is always last. It as if some of you do not see that part, or prefer to ignore it. Like it is verboten, almost, because it is my violent side. I yell, I curse, I throw things, and get right in the face of whoever is in my way. Yes, yes, I know, "the gap"; is cute. It hurt like the Pit when those teeth were knocked out, I'll have you know. Courtesy Lugnut, actually. But you do not know that story yet.
Dare I suggest that the one you find such love in---Random, yes, that is what that part is called. I had to keep my fragments straight someh