So, I play a lot of video games–by a lot I mean, very few, but I play them to death.
Recently I’ve been quite kept with Skyrim and Fallout–and in both, during loading screens, lore is displayed (Okay, with Skyrim I think it’s mostly thanks to a mod but still).
I have grown quite attached to this idea–and I love excerpts from works within a novel to be put on display for me in such a way that I could skip it just fine, but if I read it, I’d glimpse into that world more deeply.
I’m currently in the process of adding these between chapters. I even added a relative quote by one of the protagonists of my book in the very beginning. It feels like it’s been something my manuscript has been needing.
Thoughts on this? I’m doing it regardless–but I’m quite interested in the different sides.
Lately, I’ve been so mentally fatigued, that all my art’s progress has crawled to a halt.
I press on, but it doesn’t have the same essence.
I’m going to Rhode Island soon for a week, perhaps the time off from work and away from my mundane experience will give me a recharge. I plan to work on art while out there.
I really want to write a book But I don’t know where to start Putting words together Isn’t really my art … I lack the motivation I make a lot of mistakes I am easily distracted I don’t have what it takes … I don’t know what to write about Drama, thriller or love I […]
via Writing A Book — Frank Solanki
This subject has been with me since I was twenty or so. n..ｎ
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Walking home, body chilled. Houses and streets bleed into the dark; areas harboring unknown things. The thought of venturing into the dark pains my body. Music plays, but only does to highlight a forming pit. I want not to feel this sort of isolation. Despite my fear of it, I want to drive.
Doing your best doesn’t necessarily mean you must suffer, but it DOES mean that if suffering is required, that you will gladly embrace its bitter lessons. This will differentiate you from the dabbler, who is only willing to be taught in the most pleasant of circumstances.
via Musings — Dirty Sci-Fi Buddha