Moron tries to write book, even though he doesn’t know how to string a coherent sentence together.

Context: Even though I have a career as a real estate agent, the corona virus(COVID-19) does make you think about how to branch out. Anyways, I’ve always thought about writing a book… also just as an aside, I have a hankering for a grilled cheese sandwich right now, but that’s neither here nor there. Sorry for asiding… oof, the red wavy line says asiding isn’t a real word, but the suggested words aren’t helpful… I’ll just leave as is, k?

My take: My first thought when I actually tried to write a book was to write a bit of fiction. I’ve always had a superhero first person idea, which maybe I’ll write one day, I don’t know how to explain the story without basically writing all 200 pages of it right now, so I’ll spare you that(quick synopsis is every random thought in his head just happens, often very dangerously). But the immediate thought went through my head that I BARELY passed English class in high school, how on earth does someone write a whole novel that isn’t downright painful for the reader to read. Are there top writers doing this already? That they just hand the thing to an editor and suddenly they turn from linguistic dolt to linguistic… not dolt. Who knows. Anyways, but I still want to write a book, darnit. Honestly the world is my oyster in terms of options. You are currently witnessing one of my ideas. The book will of course be named “The Musings of a Moron”. And you are on the very early journey of said journey. Bear with me. As if said book does indeed come out, it’s a ways away. Join me in this journey, for I have no idea where it will take me or what the heck I am doing. I mean look how long this paragraph is. This can’t possibly be how you write something. Why is it going on so long? Have you stopped reading ages ago, or did a quick “glance” at the formatting and said “thanks, but no thanks”. You did, didn’t you? I’m talking to air… aren’t I?… …

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