A Conversation a Writer Had Late at Night with Her Evil Brain

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By Margaret Elysia Garcia

Writer’s Evil Brain: What are you doing?

Writer: What does it look like I’m doing? I’m making a to-do list. There are things to submit. I kinda thought about that NaNoWriMo thing again but – I just don’t write that way.

Writer’s Evil Brain: Well you never finish those things. How about we eat something?

Writer: We just had dinner.

Writer’s Evil Brain: You only ate three pieces of chocolate today, there’s room for more! Loaf of bread maybe?

Writer: Who are you?

Writer’s Evil Brain: You.

Writer: Keep away from me. I had a good week last week.

Writer’s Evil Brain: Not so good this week though.

Writer: I had two things published. Leave me alone.

Writer’s Evil Brain: Did it come with health insurance? I don’t think so.

Writer: Who are you, my mother?

Writer’s Evil Brain: I’m waiting for you to answer me.

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