Writing's Second Taste
"We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect." -Anaïs Nin
Before you make a writer fall in love with you, be prepared. Everything will be recorded, your gestures will be turned into words, those inside jokes will be down onto print, and that little thing that you did that made her whole world will be put out.
Their words are their comfort, their books are their treasures, and if you are turn into something important to them, expect to be part of their work. There goes a saying, "When a writer falls in love with you, you'll never die."
From bittersweet memories to not-so-happy endings, they will be remembered. The question is, are you willing to be the subject of their imagination?
[This is a spin-off of Hollywood's Princess. You do not read that story to understand this][Also available on Radish Fiction]