Writing is a lonely craft. When a writer sits down to write—really write, not just talk about writing—there are only three components involved: a writing utensil, a blank page, and the writer’s own mind. 369 more words
you simply haven’t read enough books or watched enough films. Seriously, you’re not special, or unique. But you’re take on the world and the way you execute your story could very well be amazing anyway. So just write it.