Inside A Writer’s mind: Part One of Three Series

This is part one of a three-part series of a writer’s mind. The mind, in general, is fascinating, because the mind works nonstop, and it shapes up who we are as individuals. The past day led me to this series. I was exhausted yesterday and last night since it was a very hot day, and it takes a lot out of me. I thought I was okay to go to sleep, but my mind had other plans for me.

While I was sleep, I want to say three hours not even went by, and I woke up. I thought it was early morning, but I was freaked out since it was dark. I was trying to comprehend how it is so dark early morning. It was only two in the morning. An idea came to me in the form of a dream, and I wrote that idea down. After I was done with that, I got up and got myself a cup of ice water. The ideas were for an existing script, as well as a new idea for a new script in one night.

I did my exercise of dissecting the plot and doing what I call “Writer’s surgery”, which is putting the pieces together to see where it all fits.  I knew it was a great idea, it was clearly jumbled in some areas. These exercises help me keep my mind going, and it helps me stay fresh with all ideas current and new. I eventually fell asleep. It wasn’t the end of it though. I kept thinking about it and referring to it.

The writer’s mind never stops working, and each writer has a unique mind that works in a million different ways.  That whole night it was like I was trying to put the pieces together to make it into a legitimate story rather than a jumbled idea. It became clearer when I woke up. That all came to me in one night. I am a little exhausted from all of it, even after sleep.

You may feel tired even after having a normal sleep schedule. This may not happen every night (or maybe it does for you), but it is not a burden. It is a gift, a special gift that makes the writing experience fun. The fact my mind and so many writers mind can come up with something twenty-four hours a day is nothing short of amazing.

The next time a person ridicules a writer or even yourself for what you do, just remember you have a mind that only a few can truly understand. Utilize it any way possible, it certainly beats sitting in front of a screen and trying to brainstorm ideas all the time. This is only the beginning, stay tuned for part two of the writer’s mind as I share more experiences for writers and everyone to see, stay tuned.

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I go by J.C. I am always on Twitter, and been writing scripts and articles for the past years. Overall I been writing since I was six years old,and I am also a musician. I am a huge Walking Dead, WWE, Orange is the new black, and Netflix fan. I also recently got into other shows on Netflix.

One thought on “Inside A Writer’s mind: Part One of Three Series

  1. Ahhh, I’m glad that I’m not the only one who does “Writer’s Surgery” on their plots. I’m a big proponent of the NaNoWriMo philosophy: throw down your structure (rough draft) first, and decorate (edit) the house later. There are sometimes that I’ll simply put “[Steve and Jo have a conversation]” as a paragraph in my manuscript so I can jump ahead and continue the plot. When it’s time to edit, my pages are full of arrows of me rearranging sentences, paragraphs, and occasionally entire chapters to make them fit better! 😀

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