Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Why I write.

Why I write.


1. I believe in unicorns.

2. Sometimes when I’m out walking, fish follow me.


3. Sometimes, music follows me too. Really.


4. It helps me figure out how I fit into the picture.


5. When I don’t, bad things happen to my head.


6. Writing makes priceless magic.



With thanks to the beautiful city of San Francisco.
So...Why do you write?
Point us to a picture on your website or Facebook page.

7 comments:

Toni Anderson said...

I love this, Jules. I had to price some items (4000) for my hubby's department after a fire a couple of years ago. On the list (transcribed via Chinese whispers) were six unicorns :)
Now that's a biology department!

JB Lynn said...

Because the dog won't finish anything for me.

http://jblynn.files.wordpress.com/2012/06/writing-is-tiring.png

Anne Marie Becker said...

I write to stay sane. My 2-year-old is currently screaming at the top of his lungs. I'm going to my happy place within a manuscript... LOL

Wynter Daniels said...

Love it - very creative.
Because I love populating my Bookshelf page;-) http://www.wynterdaniels.com/coming-soon/

J Wachowski said...

Wow! Toni, that's fun. I remember reading a long time ago, that the last wooly mammoth was actually photographed alive somewhere in deep Siberia or frozen Mongolia, which always had me wondering what else might be wandering in the less traveled parts of the world. Maybe... unicorns? :)

JB...does the dog start it for you? 'Cause I'm a great pet sitter.

Anne Marie--feeling your pain. Been there. And I say: Power to the shields! Defend the happy place!

Wynter...you're my hero.
:)

Elise Warner said...

I'm a bit late, JW. Chasing a unicorn of my own. Writing takes me to other worlds. Introduces me to all sorts of people and cultures and keeps me slightly sane. Your blog is a delight.

J Wachowski said...

Awww, thanks Elise. I'm with you on the slightly sane. Except when it's making me crazy. ;)