Write Frame of Mind

Apologies for the title for the entry

Since I’ve started my month long writing project I’ve begun to look at everything as a potential blog topic. “Oh hey, tornadoes, that’s interesting.” “Man, these buses are always late. Into the blog.” “Oh wow, I’ve never seen a paint chip like that one. BLOGGED.”

Ya’ll are lucky that I’ve been blogging for so long and I have some kind of mental filter in place that keeps that crap off my front page. But it’s only a matter of time before you get hit with my thrilling five part piece on the stages of curdling milk (Part II: Gritty and a Little Chewy). You should start expecting that around day 25, when I’m desperate and haggard.

In some ways I’m glad. It means that my brain is in the right place (mostly). I should always be in a writing frame of mind. Even though I’ve only been doing this for a few days, I’m already thinking more about writing in general. I’ve started working on my short story compilation again. Ideas for (potentially interesting) blog entries are forming. I might (might) have a new story idea percolating.

It’s all about the steady work. I need to keep writing, every day, about anything. As long as I do that, I can actually become a writer and stop having to sell other people’s books to survive.

Tomorrow a blog entry hopefully not about blogging!

Dylan Charles

2 thoughts on “Write Frame of Mind

  1. Lol, I actually blogged yesterday to get out of writing. How lazy is that? A tornado went by really close to me. The damage is something to see. I have thought it would make a good setting for a story. What day four of the curdled milk series named? I like the beer and book reviews personally. Am I the only one who likes to get drunk and read? Carry on

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