Before you write a novel, you have to have an idea. Some people get ideas easily, and for some people, it takes a while. Sometimes ideas fly toward you randomly during the day, and sometimes, you have to actively think about it. But once you've gotten these ideas, what makes you put them on paper? What makes you decide which idea you want to commit? There is one thing I know about myself, and that is I am a huge commitment-phobe, in all aspects of life, so it stands to reason that I would be one as a writer too.
Tell me what you think!
Also, I answered all of the questions Sarah threw at me, and here they are:
What is your favorite book you've read recently? What song do you wish wasn't ever invented? What song do you wish you invented? How many hours procrastinating do you spend a day? If Estee Lauder bottled up the essense of Johnny Depp, what would it include?
I cut out a lot of rambling, but the end still sounds like I inhaled laughing gas. I like to think my writing is a lot more articulate than my speaking, hah.