“Is is what it is.”
“That’s the business for you.”
“The process was set up this way for a reason.”
Level with it all you want. Make excuses. Lie to yourself if it helps you deal with the stress and anxiety that comes with putting yourself out there as an asset, conforming your words to match what they want them to be, and making yourself a whore to the “business”.
It’s that magical day of the week: WIP Wednesday. For those of you not into acronyms, it’s Work-in-Progress Wednesday! This is the day I remember once every two months or so where I get to humble-brag about my current work and future projects.
Let’s get started.
Hi. I’m Daniel Aegan, human.
If you read my last post “Potential Energy and Hidden Conduits”, you may have some questions. I know a couple of Twitter followers did. I’m just going to clear the air. Keep in mind these are just my interpretations and feelings.
Some days I feel like I’ll rot from the inside unless I occupy my mind. My head is a capacitor, storing energy until it can be used in a quick shot before it goes back to its absorbing state.
I’d like you all to take a moment to thank Alexis Ames for continuing her discussions on social media about her negative opinion on prologues. I respectfully disagree with her that they are completely unnecessary, but I see her point (kind of).
This blog piece are my views on prologues. If you want Alexis’s point of view on the subject, you’ll have to ask her.
I’m tired of watching people point fingers at one another. I’m tired of hearing “it’s their fault” or some version of that blanket statement. I’m tired of being between the butting heads of individuals that refuse to stop, take a step back, and look for a common ground.
I speak, of course, of American politicians.