science fiction writter

Jul 6th, 2015
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Zeke stared at the ceiling. Then he stared out the window. And then he watched Star Trek: The Next Generation, made himself some lunch in the ad breaks, ate the lunch and then went back to staring at the ceiling. Writing, he thought to himself, is harder than it reads. It wasn’t that he didn’t have anything to write about, on the contrary, his mind was teeming with ideas, begging and pleading him to release them, to put his pen to the paper, or more accurately, his fingers to the keys and just let them flow through fingertips into a beautiful and well-formed masterpiece.

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Zeke stared at the ceiling. Then he stared out the window. And then he watched Star Trek: The Next Generation, made himself some lunch in the ad breaks, ate the lunch and then went back to staring at the ceiling. Writing, he thought to himself, is harder than it reads.It wasnt that he didnt have anything to write about, on the contrary, his mind was teeming with ideas, begging and pleading him to release them, to put his pen to the paper, or more accurately, his fingers to the keys and just let them flow through fingertips into a beautiful and well-formed masterpiece. But that wasnt what he had in front of him. What he had in front of him was a mind-map and a drawing of a spaceship. It was a pretty neat spaceship too, he thought, it was streamlined and fast looking and, as far as he was concerned, pretty damn sexy. When he questioned himself later why a spaceship needed to be streamlined in a vacuum, he found he had no answer other than, It looks awesome.There would be no writing today.Ive got it! He ran to the computer and began to type before he realised that he hadnt opened a word document yet. Ive got it! Ive got it! Ive got it! Hed just come back from the beach, having gone to watch the sunrise before going for a surf. Though he didnt end up surfing on account of the fact that hed had an epiphany. He had been lying on the sand, watching stars begin to disappear in the light of the dawn and playing with grains of sand betwee

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