Writer’s Itch

A Writer’s Itch is a term I like to use. This is where an author/writer has an idea floating around in their creative head and it HAS to get out!!!! It eventually grows and develops into a story, poem, whatever. The trick is getting it all out. It has to come out at the right time! Too soon means that the idea is never completed. Too late means that the author forgets why she was so excited to get it all down.

The entries that follow are ideas spawned by Writer’s Itch. They all came out prematurely, but what better place to put them then here? I hope you enjoy!


~ by w1s3r on May 21, 2010.

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