Fear, focus, and the future. Here, C.M. Humphries writes about whatever.
(Technically it's more like my "personal" virginity, but as a headline the phrase might mislead some web crawlers. You know, those utilizing an incognito window.)
There's a general idea that everything a writer scribbles down stems from a personal experience. For a long time, I fought the notion, and suggested the imagination could lead further than personal experience. I mean, I've never encountered a vampire.
I feel pretty stupid now, knowing personal experiences don't like being inferior to imagination and often seek revenge. How is it this? They like to slip back into my writing.
Don't worry, this isn't going to be some melodramatic blog - I don't think -but it's meant to show how certain aspects of a story reflect something somewhat personal . . . in retrospect. I wonder if any "personal experience slips" translate or are they simply a nuisance?
"The reality remained that the greatest moment of someone's life could've quite easily been the biggest regret of someone else's."
"You are the shit you take"
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Fear, focus, and the future. C.M. Humphries talks about writing, horror, and whatever.