After several months of wallowing in a dry well of creativity, on the 23rd May I started a draft of my story (the one I’m commissioned to write for the Taiwanese movie director), which I would go on to finish on the 25th June (my birthday).
My wife had been up, potting her plants, for a good 30 minutes, when she barged into the bedroom.
“We’ve caught one!” she yelled, and then vanished from the room.
She meant a rat.
As is my wont, I stuck in my earphones, and scrolled down my Watch Later list on YouTube, to see if anything tickled my fancy. Something did tickle my fancy…
I store my laptop in a small wooden box, that was a prop in the Taiwanese movie Seediq Bale Warriors of the Rainbow….
This happened yesterday.
I was writing my current book and had no idea what was going to happen next.
I started to think of all the people who have told me that they would like to write a book but don’t know where to start… continue
The good lady showed up!
I’ve written 913 words (when my intention was 750).
Why am I writing this post?
Because I want to give my muse a reason to show up. I want her to know that more than just yours truly is expecting to see her.
OK, here goes.
First, I’ll make myself a cup of black tea.
No, green tea.
Where’re those biscuits?