This is just a quick little thing I was thinking about.
I was reading a blog post, and it said it contained book spoilers. So I went to work on my WorldBuilding board instead. (More about that in another post.)
I started writing down some stuff that would need to be built upon at the end of the story. Then I started thinking about that blog post again. I really wanted to read the character study, but it spoiled the ending. Then I started thinking about any spoilers that might’ve been in MY blog post. (Thankfully, there were none 😀 ) But…
If you want to be a good writer, you need to be invested in your story idea. You need to feel something. You have to hang on to your every word, feel as if you are standing right next to your character. If you don’t want to read to the end of the book, chances are, no one else will either. But, the downside of being so invested in your book…
You already know the ending to your book.
I know, I know. This is what I signed up for. But have you ever been reading in your book, you’re really into it, wanting to figure out what happens next…
But you already know.
This is always a big letdown to me. I know it might sound silly, but if your writing is good, I wouldn’t want it spoiled. Even though I am the writer, and I brought them to life, I just don’t like knowing what’s going to happen in advance.
Has this ever happened to you? Comment!
Some Random Writing Quotes 😀
Fun Homework, though. (Mostly.)
I wish. XD
Like I’m making this post… 🙂
I can’t wait for school… I’m going to get so much writing done!
Which of these was your favorite? Has any of these ever happened to you? Comment!