I came across this great post from author and friend, Dan Alatorre’s blog. Dan has a very entertaining blog. He is a diverse author and always spills his sense of humor into his writing.
In this post, Dan has taken 30 memes on writing and added his own personal spin to them.
The Memeing Of Life: The 30 Most Inspirational Writer Memes Of All Time
“I know that title is misspelled. Or at least I think it is.
I use a lot of memes cos I like them. Short, simple (usually) and to the point. I read a meme that connects with me and I want a t-shirt made of it and a poster for my office, that’s how cool memes are.
And some of you use memes so you know what I mean, but here’s a list of my favorites and what they mean to me, not in any particular order. (Image first, then my take on it)”
“I really believe we bring our life experiences to our work, and we should do more of it. I do it, as some of you have seen, but not enough. Many, many times, a passage that really connects with a reader – as told to me by critique partners or a beta reader – was an actual piece of my life lifted up from my heart and put back down on the page. Use your life in your writing. It doesn’t imply you’re no good at making stuff up.. .”
helpful writer ramblings from a disturbed mind just like yours (by Dan Alatorre AUTHOR)
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