Love to

It comes to me in jumbles and I have a hard time connecting them into a story.I write alot of poetry,been published a few times.My college english teacher told me that I wil be a great writer and I write like Carl Hiassen,that felt good to hear.Too bad I cant connect my thoughts into a book though:)
blackcat blackcat
22-25, F
2 Responses Jul 9, 2007

The biggest mistake junior writers make is self-editing, they judge their work harshly before they even get it on "paper." Be brave. Put something down, no matter how lousy it is. You can't edit an empty page. But if you blast out a jumble of thoughts and words, and look at it, you may be able to shape it into something good. All writing is rewriting.

Sometimes just starting to get things down is the hardest part of writing.