Wednesday October 23, 2013
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The Sound Of Music
Every writer is different.
We are a group of zany, anti-social, desperate, publishing-hungry,
book-a-holics. Those differences extend to how we are inspired. The age old
(okay, not really. But since tapes became available to the general population)
write?…I do!I make a playlist for a WIP
and then I listen to it. Constantly. The songs help me get in the mood
for certain scenes, or just the novel in general. The music and words inspire me
in various ways. I love it!
Wild One by Faith Hill
Rules by Jaymee Dee Demons by Imagine Dragons Radioactive by Imagine Dragons Hypocrates by Marina & The Diamonds Lonely Hearts Club by Marina & The Diamonds
Feel Goood, Do You?
Then I remind myself. Emily, you’re 20 years old. You make over $20,000 a year. You have an Associates of Science degree and almost a Bachelors. You know so much about the writing world, it’s boderline obsessive. Knock it off with the self-esteem issues! This even happens to me in the writing-world. A world I love. In fact, right now I’m reading Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare… and I feel like I need to go dig a hole and bury myself (and my writings) in it. Compared to her character depth, world-building, and twisting plot–I. Suck. ‘Ello, low self-esteem. There you are again!
But you know what always helps low self-esteem? Looking and feeling good. I’ve found it even helps when writing. When I have a bad hair day or am wearing a baggy t-shirt and worn-too-many-times sweatpants, my attitude is effected. And so is my writing. I’m not saying put on your date night make up and party dress to pen down a few words. But exercising, eating well, and wearing comfortably chic clothing will give you a totally different attitude. Oh, and of course when you undoubtedly run into that ex or old nemesis at the grocery store, you won’t look like the queen of frumpy-ville and have to hide behind a watermelon cart.
…Yes, I’ve done this.
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