Paradigm shifting phrase “I don’t believe you can learn anything from my CV that you can’t learn right now.”

Excerpt from Owning Your Own Ship 2/3

I stood in front of her and said,

Me:
“I don’t believe you can learn anything from my CV that you can’t learn right now.”

And we spoke there for some time.

 

 

Not Your Typical

Qwerty woes

I am not as determined as I thought to write on my laptop every day, this is quite the effort, I am certain writing on paper every day is at least 10 times easier because it is of course pen and paper there isn’t the same type of love you get in writing on a laptop… Wait. Macbook Pro.

The cold shell and the hard (non-clicking) keys leave something to be desired in terms of aesthetic, Macs are beautiful and everything but what I’m saying is in general terms of how I dictate my words to be written, mostly because as an artist I’m automatically romantic but making up or backing up the idea, I write more words per minute on paper than I do with my Mac, so it would be so much more practical however  you couldn’t possibly give in a handwritten script or book to your agent so really there is no point in complaining. Who else feels this way

I guess that is that this was really just a warm-up of my mind needing to get into the flow of things, I don’t know how many other writers need to do this but I find it therapeutic being random like this when I know I’m about to write a whole bunch of things non-stop. My ability to write what I’m thinking without a qualm giving still gives me a laugh. Well, I guess that is it for me hope you didn’t find this boring I’m off to spin the yarn as the phrase goes and try to make it epic for you.

 

Till then this has been

Not Your Typical