1. I wish I got to do this sooner, or better. 2. I wish I got more sleep. 3. I wish I had a cooler. 4. I wish I knew more about science and math before I got into this field. 5. I wish I had a better understanding of how things work.
You know what makes sense? A good sleep. It seems that people who sleep the most are the ones who are most “productive,” and that includes writers. I mean, if you’re writing a novel, you don’t have to sleep. And I think that’s because when you’re writing, you’re just focusing on the process, and you don’t have the distractions of life in your head.
Thats probably like a lot of the things that make a good writer: practice, practice, practice. We know that practice makes perfect, so we try to be perfect at whatever it is we do. Like when youre writing, you can practice and practice and practice, and you dont have to worry about mistakes. It seems that the best way to learn a language is to study it, and then to speak it, and then to read it, and then to write it.
I guess the best way to learn a language is to live it, and then speak it, and then read it, and then write it.
So we all remember the classic French writer Victor Hugo. In his 1831 book Les Misérables he wrote, “The word “dare” is an almost invisible word, which means almost the same thing to everyone.” He later added, “The more difficult is saying one’s thoughts clearly and precisely. One of the great lessons of life is that of the difficulty which arises in speaking one’s own thoughts.
Yeah, I’m a huge fan of Victor Hugo, and I can definitely say that the more difficult is saying ones thoughts clearly and precisely. I am a big fan of both French and English writing, but I was always drawn to English because it seems to have such a “witty” feel to it. It also seems to have a “dark” feel to it because of the “dare” words.
What I love is the fact that the words at the beginning of each chapter are the same 5 letters as the corresponding chapter itself. They’re written by the author’s pet name, Wat. At the beginning of the chapter, Wat is going on about his past, and then he brings up a few of the reasons why he’s on deathloop right now.
The entire book is all about Wat. His past, present, and future, and all the reasons why hes on deathloop at any time. I love this little tidbit about Wat. He is a “dare word,” that is he can say anything and get away with it. One of my favorite things about Wat is how he is always right. He always has the right answer. If you don’t agree with his answer, he is right, too.
I like this one, too. Wat has a great sense of humor. I love when he says, “We all have our own reasons for being here.
Wat is a lot like you. You can say whatever you want, and if your point isnt met, he’ll let you know. I love this one, too. Wat has a great sense of humor. I love when he says, We all have our own reasons for being here.