Friday, March 15, 2013

Pieces that move you

I love when a film or book moves you so deeply you feel the need to talk about it to everyone you know.

Each time I feel that sort of sensation it renews the passion and honor for having the ability to have such a creative mind.

The bad never seems so rough.

The ugly side of revision seems worth it.

The criticism from those who don't quite understand our path don't stab our hearts as much.

That feeling of brilliance is something we hold onto for as long as we can because when it ends we calm down and feel a little less brilliant.

I thank everyone who has ever written a book, screenplay, poem, etc. You've touched someones life more than you could eve know. We thank you for your brilliance and yell ENCORE waiting for your next piece to woo us.

10 comments:

Natalie Aguirre said...

Yes, I know that feeling too. Like when I just read The Runaway King by Jennifer Nielsen that I loved. Or The Crimson Crown by Cinda Chima Williams that I'm reading on audio version. Even though I'm not nearly as great writers as them, they inspire me to keep trying. Thanks for sharing.

Jenn Soehnlin said...

Oh yes, what a fabulous feeling! Doesn't happen often, which makes it even more special and inspiring. :)

Talli Roland said...

I hear you, Jen! I love it when something inspires you.

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Luke Abaffy said...

Such a good way to put it! In the end, it's that passion, that moment, that feeling that we write for.
And that's the point isn't it? That's kind of the payoff in many ways, beyond, eyes on our work or dollars in our pockets. Love it. Thanks!

Luke Abaffy said...

Such a good way to put it! In the end, it's that passion, that moment, that feeling that we write for.
And that's the point isn't it? That's kind of the payoff in many ways, beyond, eyes on our work or dollars in our pockets. Love it. Thanks!

Luke Abaffy said...

Such a good way to put it! In the end, it's that passion, that moment, that feeling that we write for.
And that's the point isn't it? That's kind of the payoff in many ways, beyond, eyes on our work or dollars in our pockets. Love it. Thanks!

Luke Abaffy said...

Such a good way to put it! In the end, it's that passion, that moment, that feeling that we write for.
And that's the point isn't it? That's kind of the payoff in many ways, beyond, eyes on our work or dollars in our pockets. Love it. Thanks!

Sarah Allen said...

The latest like that for me is Ricky Gervais new show Derek. I know that seems crazy, but it was really one of the sweetest things I've seen in a long time. I love it when this happens.

Sarah Allen
(From Sarah, With Joy)

Ida Chiavaro said...

Some characters are so strong I forget they're fiction, and almost feel a sense of grief when the story is over.