I've mentioned before that because I'm a bad reader it makes me a bad #writer. The stuff I struggle with most in my novel right now are extremely tedious or boring sections ... exactly the kind I skip in books (when I used to read books. I stopped over a decade ago so I could develop my own #writing voice without influence). People walking down streets, contemplating, scenes without interactions or dialog, etc. I tend to skim them ... not read them. Writing them is awful too.
I recognize that not every page of a book has to have something happening on it. Again, this was something I mentioned before too. Growing up books were so magical to me ... a much needed escape from a toxic and abusive household of broken adults ... My memories of what stories were versus what they actually are is very different and fascinating. Sometimes nothing happens but you don't remember it that way. You remember the whole not always the parts. But I write in PARTS and some are BORING.
The funny thing is ... when I take my break at the end of this month to plan and outline the next 200+ pages of the book, I will probably go back and actually read all I've written so far ... and I guarantee you that I'll probably skip or skim the sections that I find boring LOL even in my own work. I'll have to give it to my tribemate to edit for me. She's someone who reads every single word on a page. It amazes me. I have no idea how she does it. My brain just can't.
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