Tales of growing up in the U. S. Virgin Islands and other Random Thoughts.
I think it seems to be constant for me, but only in the sense that I always have ideas and characters swirling around in my head. I'm not always writing, as life gets in the way.Great quote!
I think it's pretty constant with me too. Even when I'm not in writing mode (like right at the moment) there's still the scritchy-scratchy scurry of whispery feet and voices scuttling around my brain folds.
Right now, extremely so. I've got way to many pans on the fire, but there's a part of me that is relishing each and every frantic moment! The door is triple locked, just warning you - the men in white coats were not invited. You won't invite them will you????The party is about to begin. You're invited too! :)
Nope, wouldn't THINK of inviting the men in white coats. That would be a kind of sacrilege wouldn't it?
Maybe that's the problem. I'm not schizophrenic enough.
Well if short stories are what's currently *easy* for you, then maybe it's not that your aren't schizophrenic, it's that your schizophrenia comes in strong short multiple bursts!
Those are great quotes, but I may be like Alex.
If you are like Alex, read what I told him! :D
That is one of the best quotes ever, Bish. Hand raised here.
Oh good, we're not alone... wait... of course we're not alone, we're schizophrenic! We have lots of company.
I'm in a constant state of chaos, which is really close.
Hmmm, I seem comfortable with schizophrenia but chaos... don't like it one bit! Go figure.
Sometimes I think I am way out there. I go through changes and flip sides more than Dr. Jekyll and Dr. Hyde. Oh well... that's part of a being a writer. Thanks for the quote from Fitzgerald.Shalom,Patricia
Good guy/bad guy. We have to be both to write about them, don't we.
I like that quote, and it explains why I feel so lonely right now.My characters aren't talking to me, and I am lost without them.I hope my friends come back soon!
Maybe you could try having a conversation with one of them through writing. You know, an interview. "What cha doin'? Everything okay with you?"
Well, like He-Man, "I have the power!" in my imaginary worlds. lol
I am writer hear me roar!
Oh, the voices! Make them stop! (Not!!) :)
Um – I can’t think straight today and my workspace is a disorganised mess, but I’m sure I’m not schizophrenic, but would I know?? I think I might just go for a lie down.
Hi Bish - I'd say I was schizophrenic when my mother and uncle were ill ... I didn't know if I was Arthur or Martha - the blog brought me back to earth thankfully and kept me positive.I'm sure I'm not schizophrenic either as Barbara says .. just a somewhat muddled blogger with way too much bumph around and books to read ... cheers Hilary
I used to "kinda" love Scotty's lifestyle when I was young. I loved the clothes out of the20's....and shoes.... oh shoes, I still love those shoes. No comparison to those platform things of today. I'm not a writer so I can't join in the craziness...Hahahaha I'm normal.
Your Random Thoughts are most welcome!