BiG nEwS: I've been querying and last night I got my first full MS request! I'm over the moon!!! Here's hoping they love Jules as much as I do!!!
Back to the post at hand!
How flying a kite pertains to flying through life - sort of.
So I don't claim to be an expert at flying a kite... if you've seen me you'll know I spend more time running and watching it drag on the ground than having it in the air.
It's that embarrassing moment where the child next to you is giggling and had it up in seconds and you swear they're giggling because YOU can't fly a kite.
I'm on a tangent.
Flying a kite, writing, and life in general all have steps to follow.
1. Kite - Make it.
2. Writing - Write it.
3. Life - Live it.
Basic concept right? Seems easy enough. Then comes the obstacles.
1. Kite - Where in the hell is the wind?
2. Writing - Where has my character gone?
3. Life - Why isn't there any hot water?
So you're back to feeling somewhat defeated until the positive comes rolling in.
1. Kite - WIND!
2. Writing - WORDS!
3. Life - WATER!
So you can have good days and bad days it's all just part of flying the kite.
Is it a good day or a bad day for you?