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  • "You see little brother, in order to write a story you have to invest a lot from yourself, it doesn't come out of thin air…"

    "In order to write a story you need an idea first, an idea that you can connect with, an idea that the first time you think about it there will be a" click, an immediate attraction, your look will Immediately snap right back at her and afterwards you will remember her for days, you will recall the exact same way she talked or walked and even after a week you would still remember the "exact same phrasing you had for your idea".

    "Now you need to give the idea some time to rest and sprout into a new thing" take her out on a date or two, go to a movie or the beach and make sure that it's more than just physical attraction, it's not another fling "and that you really have a point in this story".

    "You begin to write only when enough time has passed and the idea still stayed with you, you could write a draft or straight to the paper, it's up to you, the only thing that matters is that you write from your heart" hug her in every minute, praise her, be there, cry on her shoulder and make love to her until the "story is written".

    "Now comes the hard part; the story is done and laying in front of you, will you throw" her "into the drawer where the story will rot until the end of time or will you" keep her by your side and savor her for all eternity for she is the one and only, your "perfect story".

    "You see little brother, in the end, to write a story, it's like…"

    "It's like falling in love".
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