“Wait — what’s the difference between a run-on sentence and a comma splice?”
“What year did World War I start?
“Why does this Enlightenment-era essay keep referencing a garden?
Social media is anathema to writers everywhere. I always thought that statement was true. That may be what you thought, too. In many ways, social media is a distraction from truly creating; it’s a black hole of time, energy, and inspiration.
You’re sitting in front of your laptop. It’s 2AM, and you’ve just gotten the forty-seventh rejection email from a film festival you entered your short film into. Depressed, you slump and lay your face on the keyboard, questioning why you ever thought you could make a movie.