Discover The Secret Of Immortality
Finally, look at the other side of the question. Your plight could be infinitely worse. You could be one of that small, truly doomed minority who thinks every word they write is precious, every idea immortal, every character a demigod, every plot a classic. They never think anything they write is dumb. So they never self-criticize even at the times they should, never listen to advice, never study published writers, and spend all their emotional energy defending the rocky turf of their enormous ego. You know the type I mean you undoubtedly know one of them. Mention a problem you see in one of their stories and they say you just don't understand. Suggest changing so much as a punctuation mark on their page and they go crazy 7 don't change my copy My copy is perfect To change a word of this (slapping the page with the back of her hand) would be a violation of my artistic inspiration and integrity
When is the last time you had fun while you were writing When is the last time you made yourself laugh - when did your characters last do something that was both outrageous and perfectly right, when did your lead rip out a zinger of a come-back that you would have given your left arm for when you had that argument last month When did you last say, To hell with literary immortality and just allow the words to hit the paper without regard for their beauty Christ. It was like flying. Feet pounding, legs and arms pumping, lungs going like bellows, and always in the lead. Always free, ahead of the pack, with the clear ground in front of me and triumph in my heart - and that damned brown hat clutched in my fist, symbol of my wild first-grade passion and Mark's unending frustration. I was weightless, soaring I was the antelope and the gazelle and I was immortal. Running felt like that to me until the day I showed up for track practice my freshman year of...
But, what's wrong with being just a storyteller Very few creative prose artists originally set out to write immortal work. They began as entertainers their talent was innate, not cultured their success as artists was because of, not in spite of, their storytelling abilities.
Very often it is the idea content of good science fiction that attracts new writers to this exciting yet demanding field. (And please note that new writers are not necessarily youngsters many men and women turn to writing fiction after establishing successful careers in other fields.) Science fiction's sense of wonder attracts new writers. And why not Look at the playground they have for themselves There's the entire universe of stars and galaxies, and all of the past, present, and future to write about. Science fiction stories can be set anywhere and anytime. There's interstellar flight, time travel, immortality, genetic engineering, nanotechnology, behavior control, telepathy and other types of extrasensory perception (ESP), colonies in space, new technologies, explorations of the vast cosmos or the inner landscapes of the mind.
The speech, including introductory material, should never take more than twenty minutes. At the normal speaking rate of two words per second that means the speech should be a maximum of 2,500 words. That was Ronald Reagan's favorite time frame, and his motto was that an immortal speech should not be eternal.
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