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So, I'm sitting here today thinking about how I'd love to start writing again (assuming I can find/make time) and it occurred to me that during the 2 periods of time where I was doing my best writing, everyone thought I was crazy. Literally. Like, lock you up and throw away the key crazy.
Why? Because I talked about my characters like they were real. And to me they were real. They still are. How do you deal with that? Do you keep a certain set of friends with whom you can "be crazy"? Or am I completely alone in this?
This is honestly probably the biggest thing holding me back from writing again. It's hard to be "crazy".
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