I don’t like this. Seems the Daily Prompt is recycling the same free-write.
There’s a number four, so they’ve offered that up four times within the past couple of months. I’d get into a glary mood but that’s too much work, and this whole non-editing thing, that is just going to make me anxious.
Bad enough I had Ideas at 2am and miserably forgot to write them down, and they were good ideas too.
Then again I’ve just done two poems, but they weren’t the ones I specifically wanted to write. And I’ve racked my brains trying to find even a thread of a word, just one little word that will re-trigger. I’ve read piles of fanfiction trying to trigger the idea I had last night.
Oh, look at this. Chocolate. It has popping candy in it, that’s kind of my weakness. Also, sour Skittles. I can be very territorial over those, except the sugar content is off-putting. I think I have an allergy to non-editing, Co-Author is a fan of not editing things like this because when do you edit art? Hm, how about in portraits? What even is art? The other day he suggested I create a character for our novel, and the catch is that I can’t plan this out. I’m still not sure how that works, because hello, you have to plan these things in order to make it work.
Number four. I’m on the fence about this, is it a good number or a not-so good? It’s good because of the seasons, and it features in the novel, but also Harry Potter lived at number 4. Oh, that reminds me of a fic I had in mind, I keep having ideas and not having enough time to write them all. I’ve got one notebook filled with fanfic ideas and a second one half filled, and I’ve still got ideas floating around the techisphere.
What do you do when you have three or four ideas all on the go and they start blurring together? Write, I suppose, write like your life depends on it. Also I didn’t get that blog job, but their loss.
Ha, editing is so deeply ingrained in my soul that I do it without even realizing. Keep changing words and stuff just to make it so there’s no typos. Ah well, sorry to disappoint, people who proclaim “no editing”. Oh, well, not really, but the thought is what counts right?
Just spent a minute trying to debate how they put the sugar into chocolate, I should YouTube the process of making chocolate. I remember a guy at uni once did that, just randomly watched videos of How Things Get Made on YouTube, and took up a computer in the process.
That dude didn’t have a damn to give.