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April 21, 2010

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Mike Massey

My biggest problem with 'brain drain', is from being interupted during those 'majic moments' when my creative juices are flowing faster than I can write them down. I seem to get into a zone, and can't (don't want) to stop.
Whether it be in the midst of character dialog, or building analogies on a certain subject within my story, I find it difficult to stop the mental process, and concentrate on the content involved in the interuption, thus being accused of "lack of interest", concerning the new life or death topic to which immediate attention is desperately required. God forbid this place catches on fire!

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