Monday, February 04, 2008

Just A Question

When you're relaxing and daydreaming a story you're the star of, do you ever discover you're daydreaming in words and sentences? And do you ever find yourself hitting the mental backspace key to re-word a sentence?

14 bonus scribbles:

Erica Orloff 2/04/2008 07:19:00 AM  


I call it a "do-over." ;-)


Edie 2/04/2008 09:14:00 AM  

I've revised my dreams! So funny. Mine are in pictures, not words, but I'll think, "No, I didn't like that," and go back and redream it a different way.

Jennifer McKenzie 2/04/2008 09:32:00 AM  

Yep. I also see scenes and write them entirely in my head before they get to the computer.
Where they then morph into something TOTALLY different.

Susan Helene Gottfried 2/04/2008 11:31:00 AM  

You mean you're not supposed to do that?

spyscribbler 2/04/2008 02:39:00 PM  

LOL, Erica. That's good!

Oh, Edie, you too? I'd love to dream in pictures, though.

Oh, Jennifer, me, too! I write the whole thing out, but half the time I forget it. And they end up different, too!

LOL, Bernita!

LOL, Susan. I was wondering.

Zoe Winters 2/04/2008 03:05:00 PM  

hahaha omg yes! This must be why my daydreams go through "drafts" I didn't ever stop to think that this might be weird, or a "writer thing" lol

Angie 2/04/2008 04:54:00 PM  

Yep. You have to get the wording right, don't you? :)


Anissa 2/04/2008 07:02:00 PM  

Totally. Just today, in fact.

Stewart Sternberg 2/04/2008 10:04:00 PM  

The answer is YES!!! I also enjoy a personal soundtrack. I believe that when people wake up in the morning that the lights come on and a title appears my case the title would read: THE STEWART SHOW!!! Starring Stewart Sternberg. Of course, each person is the star of their own fantasy. Some day I'll tell you about the fantasy I have that includes silly string and a spatula.

StarvingWriteNow 2/05/2008 07:47:00 AM  

Oh, yes. Definitely!

How was the writing marathon?

lainey bancroft 2/05/2008 08:37:00 AM  

So far it's unanimous. =P

Ello 2/05/2008 07:31:00 PM  

I don't dream in words, only in pictures. I will do scenes in my head like movies and then I'll scream cut and reshoot it if I didn't like it the first time.

Billy 2/06/2008 11:02:00 AM  

My daydreams always find my tongue "subvocalizing" as the linguists say. People say I talk too much. But yes, I do this all the time.