Sleepwalking my way through life: Second guessing



Second guessing

04:28

Strangely enough, I love this. The late night and early morning writing, thinking of all the different things I can write about and how I can write about them. I have even honed my writing speed, allowing me to write a decent sized entry in the small space of twenty minutes – something that usually would have taken me up to an hour to do normally. I love the rush of it all too, the fact that I have to have this done by a certain time or BLOOP, my site comes off the list (the list of registered blogs has gone from 372 to 305 since the Blogathon began).

Earlier tonight Gary came on, telling me about his escapades over the summer thus far and telling me that he is going to take Journalism next year at university.

“Why don’t you take that? You’d like it; it’s got a lot of writing in it.”

And that has me thinking now. Why not journalism? I seem to be developing a knack for this forced writing and my quality does not seem to be suffering too much for it (wait until you see it with fresh eyes, I remind myself).

Maybe journalism could be the way to go, and not creative writing?
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2 Comments:

At 7:19 pm, Anonymous Marie said...

Yeh journalism would be a good idea...if you want to be payed for generally ebing a liar....I suggest creative writing. If you do creative writing you could write in periodicals freelance. Like the way a lot of authors do. Just right random articles. journalism means you could be forced to write on stuff you dont really want to...or increasingly in british media...about stuff thats just not true.

 
At 10:39 pm, Anonymous GARY said...

YUSSSSSSSSSSSS SUCSESS AND A NAMECHECK

 

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