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Books I have completed reading since January 2021:

1. The Enchanted - Rene Denfield
nothing in between the air
Thursday. 6.9.22 3:23 pm
this is so crap.

so much of wanting to write stories and now i could not even muster an opening line for any stories. my brain is so not in the mood for cooperating with my fingers.

the more i delay of immortalising the stories, the faster they will reside in someone else's mind. but still i'm so tired of everything and anything that requires me to use my brain to kick start. all i ever wanted is to see the end product without even starting the process.

is it possible for a product to come to live on its own by just me saying the outline bla bla? ya ya, there is no magic that can do that. only hardwork can form that magic that can get things done at a faster rate. making a product is a process, and that magic is a form of trained muscle.

if wanna compare, certainly my brain has no writing muscle. wherever that department in my brain has lazy workers.

ugh... i'm so frustrated. it's not like i'm constipated with stories, it's just i wanna flush them in nice words! and my perfectionism is always questioning my work quality even before i type a word.

gosh. the harsh world of a perfectionist.

screw u lazy bum brain workers!

u didn't spit out any words.. and u wanna find something in between the air u breathe?! u should be rocketed to a nation called imagination!



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