"There's nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and open a vein."
~~Walter Wellesly "Red" Smith
This quote is in my journal. I love it.Winged Writer
The hard part is when you are too worried about opening the vein...
This has been one of my favs for a long time. I spent the summer being too afraid to write, so Liza, I think your comment is right on the money!
Not sure how I found you but hullo! The paradox of being a writer is that it hurts when you open the vein and it hurts when you don't.
Welcome Rachel! I couldn't agree more. Well, I guess I could, but then I might sprain something.:DActually, I goof on this idea a little in my last post: http://skymeetsground.blogspot.com/2010/01/job-interview-part-one.htmlPart two is in work BTW. Thanks for reading.
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