Writing

November 27, 2011
By BriannaL.Nawara SILVER, Cambridge, Nebraska
BriannaL.Nawara SILVER, Cambridge, Nebraska
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Favorite Quote:
"They were the screams of rider's torn apart, but the twisted reflection of their own inner selves." -Neal Shusterman-


Sitting here, staring at my computer screen. My mind is blank. I sit here trying to get an idea, but nothing comes to mind. Aggravated and wanting to give up, I force myself not to. "I know an idea will come," I tell myself. Thirty minutes to an hour go by, I feel like i've lied to myself. So I give up. The second I put everything away, an idea pops in my head. I get everything back out, and type it up. After i'm done, I tell myself, "I told you not to give up, you'd get an idea." Now I believe myself. And I believe in myself. I am a writer, and we always get writers block. One thing i've learned is never to give up, no matter how long it takes, when you're writing; your writers block will always go away.


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