Voices In My Head Quotes by Mira Grant, Tim Winton, Jenna Black, Dana Gould, Steven Pressfield, Mandy Stadtmiller and many others.
I feel the closest to crazy when I’m disagreeing with the voice in my head
The blank page doesn’t bother me. It’s the voice in my head (not always my own) that gives me the yips. It’s worse when I’m not making stuff up.
So all you want is a kiss?” I asked. A little voice in my head said I was heading for one of those slippery slopes. I told the little voice to shut up. “Well, maybe more than one. But basically, yeah.
Is it still okay to make fun of schizophrenics? There’s a little voice in my head that says no.
Resistance really takes the shape, for me, in voices in my head telling me why I can’t do something or why I should put it off for another day, procrastinate for another day.
If I’m writing about my life, I’m already thinking of anyone in my life who might be reading it, and I’m keeping that as a kind of censorship voice in my head. And then, commenters – I’m keeping that in my head, too.
I try to make the voice in my head come out onto the page. I try to make it much more conversational than other writing. I speak everything, so if something sounds right I write it. It’s more about sound and the rhythm of speech than written language.
I think that there are a lot of great studio people but the fewer voices in my head when I’m getting out a draft, the better. I just get it out and then I’ll listen to all manner of good ideas. And that’s what happens, too, when I’m touring and doing a character on stage.
Apart from the underlying mystery of all things, there is also another possible specific mystery in this situation: Why did I become so interested in Buddhism, Zen and so on? I seem to have a Buddhist voice in my head, and someone asked me about this recently, saying he was intrigued.
All these screams All these voices in my head
Im not one of those authors who claims to hear voices in my head or let the characters speak through me, whatever that might mean.
I think I have a lot of voices in my head and I guess my inner critic is a female.
Almost all good writing begins with terrible first efforts. You need to start somewhere. Start by getting somethingвЂ”anythingвЂ”down on paper. What I’ve learned to do when I sit down to work on a shitty first draft is to quiet the voices in my head.
When I was offered the part in Shakespeare In Love a voice in my head said ‘not another tights role!
I have so many different projects, I hear voices in my head – the characters talking all at once – and I have to write to make them stop.
I can hear President Snow’s voice in my head. ‘On the seventy-fifth anniversary, as a reminder to the rebels that even the strongest among them cannot overcome the power of the capital, the male and female tributes will be reaped from their existing pool of victors.
When I was growing up, my mom told me every story that was happening to her. Most of the stories that come to me are through a female voice in my head. My stories seem to naturally be about females.