The Writer’s Life According To Willy Wonka

It’s been some time since we last had one of these posts. Today, it only seems appropriate to explore the writer’s life from the eyes Willy Wonka himself in memory of the legendary Gene Wilder.

I didn’t plan it this way, but this is the 100th post on You Write Fiction. So…confetti!


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Letting your characters loose in the story world for the first time.
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Writers can’t take themselves too seriously all the time, can they?
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When you start a draft with no outline.
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When your synopsis is a bit too concise.
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Swords and guns are overrated.
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When your brain flies down the tunnel of ideas.
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When your protagonist is heading for trouble.
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When your protagonist is IN trouble.
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“You’re a writer? Oh, I get it. Sounds like a nice hobby.”
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No explanation needed. We’ll miss you, Gene Wilder.

Note: none of these gifs or characters belong to me. All gifs can be found at giphy.com. 


Have a great day, everyone.

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