I have embloggened a new blog in which you learn about what I am doing, bees, and Art Spiegelman’s WORDLESS.
You can spot a great user of language by the way they cease to give any fucks at all.
gobutpleasestay asked: Are you really Neil Gaiman? I am feeling very suspicious.
Ah, you’ve caught me. I am an international consortium of playboys, who have banded together to fight crime anonymously. “Neil Gaiman” is merely an identity we use when necessary to gain entry to underground lairs and casinos.
Reason #114,625 to love Neil Gaiman.
If you only write when you’re inspired you may be a fairly decent poet, but you’ll never be a novelist because you’re going to have to make your word count today and those words aren’t going to wait for you whether you’re inspired or not.
You have to write when you’re not inspired. And you have to write the scenes that don’t inspire you. And the weird thing is that six months later, a year later, you’ll look back at them and you can’t remember which scenes you wrote when you were inspired and which scenes you just wrote because they had to be written next.
The process of writing can be magical. Mostly it’s a process of putting one word after another."