From my point of view, your writings changed the most after you met Brownen.
Interesting. In what way? My style has changed throughout the years (at first I was really influenced by Vladimir Nabokov and Frank Herbert, then more recently changed to Chuck Palahniuk), but other than that I can’t tell objectively.
Bronwen really changed my faith in humanity. Her existence gives me tremendous hope that there are other people like her out there as well. I usually talk to her every night and we talk about almost everything, so I’m a lot more focused when I sit down to write. The biggest influence though is probably talking to her every day — I haven’t had a friend like that since high school, and it’s wonderfully comforting. Since meeting her, I’m a lot happier, so maybe it reflects in my writing; I can tell my subjects are a lot less dark, brooding, depressing, forlorn. The interesting thing is that this has changed my audience/commenters too.
awwww, you are too sweet. Come home now!
Can’t discribe it exactly. It feels like your views gained back some of the innoncence and optimism of youth. Color wise, it feels more pink.
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