Thursday, June 16, 2016

Writing Rule

It's been said - at times contentiously, given that nobody truly "knows" a fantasy world or sci-fi world - to write what you know. Given that all the present author knows is abject failure, a sustained, habitual retreat to a bedroom, and a constant, gnawing, 24/7 fatigue, it stands to reason that anything the present author writes that is known, on a personal level, will be a trite, dull, failure of an attempt. To convey such a thing is, perhaps, the highest to which the present author can aspire to. That the present author can not succeed in the use of language to convey such failure and apathy is another strike against.

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