As a creative, someone who is hyper-sensitive to emotional cues, I am bombarded with this so much that I am overwhelmed. Sitting down to write about it is at once therapeutic and also necessary. I’ve decided to do a few things to get me through it, and also to help me actually get back to writing.
Of all of Ray Bradbury’s novels this one has to be my favorite. It is his most critically acclaimed novel and his most controversial. I honestly think that many of the ideas expressed in the novel are timeless and nothing could be further from the truth in our current political climate in the United States.Continue reading “Works That Inspire Writing Day 2: Fahrenheit 451”
I decided to write a 30 day blog challenge in which I write about works that inspire me as a writer. I wanted to showcase these things mainly because I needed something to write about that would kick-start my writing day and because I just wanted to share work, hard work, that exemplifies what IContinue reading “Works That Inspire Writing Day 1: Hulu’s “Devs””
Once in a while I pass by a bit of inspiration that moves me to tears. Paul Smith, his body impaired by Cerebral Palsy, uses a typewriter to create beautiful art with incredible determination. If you sit in your writing chair and have writer’s block, remember Paul Smith and get busy writing.