When you first start writing, you don't plan on paragraphs pouring out. It's usually started by scribbling a phrase that's been said or though of. Scribbling something that caught your attention, something intriguing. Then suddenly, a spark flys and a million ideas begin to bubble and then completely by chance you've created a story. Another world outside your own. A world where your characters evolve into something meaningful. It's in your scribbling where you subconscious finds a way out, and runs free. And it all starts with a scribble.
April 5, 2011