You beast. You lovely monster. The three-headed gatekeeper of dreamlands. I'm tempted to run from your nasty spell and cry myself silly until I don't believe in you anymore. But you have seduced me with your conviction. There is no arguing with your fervor.
My wife just came in and saw that paragraph and I'm sure freaked out a tiny bit as she calmly asked, "Who are you writing?"I quickly explained how I read your article about why not to be a writer and how powerful and terrifying it was and that I needed to write you for my own sake and that it was not a love letter.She said as she smiled sweetly, "I know."What does she know? That I shouldn't be a writer? That she thinks it's cute that I'm playing my writing games on the computer late at night? That it actually is a love letter but not to email@example.com but to myself?Well thank you Susannah Breslin for sliding a broken plate full of rusty knife points and dirty glass shards onto my seat cushion just as I was sitting down.You are absolutely right. I shouldn't be a writer.And yet, who should?