|Posted by hotcheri on October 9, 2016 at 6:10 AM||comments (1)|
|Posted by hotcheri on July 31, 2012 at 4:15 AM||comments (3)|
Writers block has struck me once again. All I hear when I try to write more about Kaylee and Tyler is 'you suck. Your writing sucks'. And it's true that I think my writing has deteriorated greatly since the time I wrote The Pul of Destiny. I just have gotten to the point where I hate Tyler and Kaylee and I don't want to write about them anymore because I'm scared that I won't do their story justice. Is it just me or does every writer end up hating their stories at some point? I wonder if that's how Stephen King felt when he wrote the Dark Tower series. Sometimes I hate writing because I always seem to go through this and I end up disappointing myself and you guys, the awesome people who read my stories and put up with my sporadic updates. I remember when writing used to be my whole life and now it seems I can't start a story without getting mired in writers block. It sucks having so many ideas in my head- pretty good ones too- but not being able to put them into existence on paper (or on a Word document).
So what am I saying? I don't really know. I might take a hiatus soon. I think I've lost my spark.
|Posted by hotcheri on July 4, 2011 at 8:15 AM||comments (2)|
The Pull of Destiny!!! Hooray!!! Now I can focus my attention on Good Girl Going Crazy 2, finish that and take a break like Beyonce did. Oh, yeah!!!:D
|Posted by hotcheri on March 29, 2011 at 2:55 AM||comments (1)|
crazy insane mad writer's block on the next chapter of The Pull of Destiny. I just can't write it. And since I'll go crazy if I don't write anything, I decided to take on a project and write a ten-shot in third person. I'm already three chapters in, and
although it feels a little stilted at times, its going pretty well. Impressive, since the last time I wrote in third person was when I was 10 :D. #winning.
My question to everyone (or should I say anyone) who reads this blog is-
would you read it?
1) It's more mature than anything I've ever written. If I post it on fictionpress, I'll have to rate it as M. All of my previous stuff has been rated T. I know, I know.
2) There is no sex in the story (well, okay, there's an attempted phone sex scene *blush*) but it contains a LOT of talk about sex and -ahem- various descriptions about the male and female anatomy.
3) It's not safe for kids. Then again, I first read Jackie Collins 'Chances' when I was 12 so...
If you want to read it, please vote on the poll on my homepage and I'll post the first chapter soon. Love you all!