but what if you became a famous actor or actress and then you were asked to do a film and you accepted but then your costar was your celebrity crush that you used to blog about at 3am and you used to cry over their face and their general life decisions
And then you find out there’s a sex scene between the two characters
And then there are gifs of those sex scenes. You become someone’s otp..
I'm working on my NaNo novel from this past April. It was the first NaNo I've ever won, and I really love my story and my characters. The problem is this: I come up with a plot point. In my spare time, I read a lot of books. The more I read... the more I find books that have the exact same sort of plot point! Now, I know true originality is hard to come by, and I know that few people will read the exact book mix that I do, but how do I handle so much similarity? I'm not meaning to be a copy cat.
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So I’m writing a story about a girl that runs away from her religious cult and ends up in Las Vegas, and the more I write it, the more I realize that it favors Electrick Children, a movie I watched recently. How do I take a plot and mold it so it’s my own and doesn’t blend with something I’ve seen before?
Its hard for people without depression to understand when some days that just dropping a cup of water will bring you to tears because they think oh this is just one little thing but you see it as oh my god I can’t even get water without fucking up and now I’ve made a huge mess I shouldn’t even try