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Writing Love (Told by Megamind)

Hey everyone! So I totally spaced on a post last Friday and... I may space again since me and my brother are going down to Kentucky for the weekend. Besides my reading has gone down considerably since the beginning of the year. My TBR went from a waterfall to a trickle and now I'm scrambling to find other books to read.

I've seen a lot of posts about complaining about writing. The woes of writing and such. And yes there are a lot of hard things about writing but sometimes you just feel on top of the world when you write. Sometimes your book is just the best thing in the world for you. Your characters are actually cooperating for once (shocker!), your worldbuilding is superb and your plot is to die for.

So here you go. Gifs to explain the awesomeness of writing because I love to write. I love to complain about writing but I also love gushing about the pure awesomeness of writing too.

                                                         Finishing a first draft.

Because after that agonizing first draft you just need to celebrate because you did it and it might look a little awful but it's also one step closer to awesomeness.


                                           When your OTP is actually perfect and to die for.

They are just too cute together and you can't stop freaking out over your own characters!


                             When you can't get over all the evil stuff your doing to your characters.

When your doing all the evil things!


              Those times when your writing is just flowing and your on a complete writing roll.

(This one was a little bit of a cheat. I couldn't find the gif I wanted for this one.) But when you feel unstoppable as you write away.


                                        When you just love your protagonist so much it hurts.

And he/she really is.


           Sitting back and admiring all your hard work and actually being kind of happy with it all.

Awww that one moment before your inner editor destroys everything.
                                            
                                                 Feeling relaxed as you plot away.

Ahhh, that moment when your brain is actually letting you plot.
So I think this post is officially my favorite. I love this and I think I did great (if I do say so myself). And Megamind? Probably the only movie I could quote all the way through.

But yeah so enjoy and don't forget to pat yourself on the back because you finished that first draft/that first chapter/even that first sentence. You all are great and amazing writers and don't ever forget all the benefits of being a writer. When you feel down or like a horrible writing and like your book will never go anywhere just remember all the awesome parts of being a writer. All those moments when you feel on top of the world and like the best writer the world has ever known. Be as confidant and cocky as Megamind because you are awesome!

What are your favorite parts of being a writer? What are you writing right now? 

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