The guy who wrote The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya once said he felt as though he had a lifetime word quota. That is, over the span of your lifetime, there are only so many words you can write, only so many sentences you can create that are well and good.
I have written so many papers over the past three months that, in conjunction with the journal writing and funtimes writing I’ve done, I feel like I have hit my lifetime word quote.
What do you know. Only 19 and already out of words.
I read part of this story I finished a long time at the creative writing club meeting today, and I just
wanting to finish tunnel vision for my nanowrimo novel, but at the same time wanting to write cute lovey-dovey drabbles for nanowrimo more because it’s much more feasible
It is raining and I have an umbrella.
A lantern festival comes to town.
He stands in the middle of the quad under a shower of sprinklers, legs spread, arms wide, like he is waiting to be tackled. Honestly, he should probably be tackled, but the problem is he is standing on hallowed ground.
Okay, not technically, but.
Marshall Vandruff, one of the best teachers I have ever had, on artist’s block. Said during a webinar done on Visualarium to advertise his upcoming online course on animal anatomy (source links to webinar) (via pale-afternoon)
I love this quote! I haven’t been writing as much as I’d like to lately, but it’s not because I’m being lazy or have writer’s block, I’ve just been working really hard on some other projects and endeavors. (via yeahwriters)—
Every morning I wake up in a state of I love you.