Writing – As Explained By Pirates of the Caribbean

Howdy!

Aand we’re back with the “Writing as explained by” posts. I have decided as of right now, that I’ll try and do one of these a month, so here’s me barely sneaking in at the deadline as per usual.

Today’s movie – Pirates of the Caribbean. I legit considered not doing this one since it forced me to face my own incompetence when spelling Caribbean. (Seriously, after several failed attempts, I googled it.)

Here we go.

Sending your baby off to an editor…

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When one character is making everything needlessly difficult…

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Trying to establish how serious a relationship is before proceeding with your awesome plot…

Reconnecting with an old story idea that decides to randomly resurrect itself…

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When your story decides to gift you with an awesome idea…at the most inopportune times…

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When a reader accuses you of being an “evil writer”. Like what even…

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When most everyone survives the book and everyone comments on it…

When people try to annoy you during an intense writing session…

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Trying to hide from the plot bunny army…

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How you wish you could deal with said plot bunnies…

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(And basically cause I’m a terrible person…) Me trying to write religious/allegorical fiction…

 


So there you go! What’d I miss? πŸ™‚

Missed any of the other posts? You can find them all HERE! Or just click on the shiny category tag to your right. πŸ™‚

Gifs taken from giphy.com, or pinterest.Β 

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