How to write a fight II.

If this seems like a blatant cash-in on my previous post, that’s because it absolutely is. We’ve got this anger thing going on. You’re writing; I’m writing. Let’s keep it going.

If you got bullied as a kid, good. Use it in your writing. If you’re sick of feeling that endless downer on life, good. Use it in your writing. If the only reason you have to get up in the morning is that you believe that, one day, it’ll feel better to get up in the morning, good. Use it in your writing.

And listen to this, and throw your TV out the front door for someone to steal, and start writing.

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