I scramble under a bushhiding my soul Decisions chase after me,leaving to-do lists in its wake Perhaps if I turn the other way,I could catch a bit of a break But Decisions find meno matter where I turn And I end up choosing blindly Copyright © Robin LeeAnn
They thought nothing ofher until she turned intoa firestarter Copyright © Robin LeeAnn
Life in the sky twistsAnd turns into anotherFly before the fall Copyright © Robin LeeAnn
i. This space is not mineWhite walls with empty tablesBut I could grow here ii. Time turned into yearsSpinning faster than its lightI couldn't stop and pause iii. The sun came aroundAsking if I had seen youI sighed at white walls Copyright © Robin LeeAnn
Dear literary agent, I wish we all had more time in the day. We could all use the extra hour or so to get everything we need done. But I promise you, it doesn't take that long to write a sentence or two. To make a short list. To say, "Hey. I liked the query, … Continue reading Dear literary agent
Touch the glass wall And shatter it all I don’t mean to But I’m about to explode Can’t keep me here for long Unless you want the storm too Cause the chains are gone And I’m tired of waiting ---------For someone else’s approval Copyright © Robin LeeAnn
Even in a room full of editors, I was an incognito writer. It's easy to tell a writer from anything else. We think a bit...differently. Our minds stretch in directions that no one else can see. We see the way the world works, turn it a bit, and then write that down. We see a … Continue reading Writers are magical
Writer’s block is a curious thing. You’re faced with a Slip ‘N Slidethat you must turn into a swing,and nothing comes out at all. It looks something like this: Copyright © Robin LeeAnn
Sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do and that could mean taking a break from writing. Don't be discouraged though. Things always happen, but it's always what you make of it. It doesn't mean you'll never write again or that your writing will turn bad. Everything will be all right.
During author interviews, many people ask about the final product. They ask about where the book idea came from or how the writer became a writer. But I'd rather know more about how the writer failed. Did any characters disappear in later drafts? Did any scenes get cut? If so, which? Why? Were any scenes added? … Continue reading Why do I want to know about their failures?