All about the unspoken communication between a writer and their craft via Lucy at Blonde Write More.
I have been itching to cover this important and thought-provoking subject for a while.
To the non-writer a draft novel is just a folder stuffed with paper. They don’t see it as a living thing. If you asked them whether a draft novel was capable of communicating with a human, the non-writer would probably laugh, roll their eyes or frown before asking whether you had been in the sun for too long.
To the writer their draft novel is a living thing. It communicates with them regularly, even when they are trying to avoid it. A draft novel senses when the writer is ready to write and it knows when the writer is actively trying to avoid it.
Once you start delving into this strange phenomenon of unspoken communication you will see why a writer’s life is so exhausting.
With so much unspoken communication going on between you and your draft…
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