Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Why You Should Be A Writer

You still there?

You know that post I wrote before? Well, it's hard to explain, but one way or another it found its way to my blog.

In The Silver Chair (one of C. S. Lewis' Narnia books), a person has a moment like that. He says that, when he's tied to the Silver Chair, he'll say all sorts of things that they (the protagonists) shouldn't believe.

Well, it's sort of like that. I'm tied in a metaphorical Silver Chair right now, and I must have tied the bonds rather tight. But I assure you, I'm in my right mind. And writing's not all that bad. It's actually pretty amazing.

You see, I was spouting those things off BEFORE I tied myself to the chair. And now I'm in my right mind.

So will you let me go now? Please?


I'll write a counter post, I promise. Just to let you know that I'm "sane" again.

So...uh, I'm still tied here. Hold on, wait! Where are you going? I'm tied to a—chair!



Hannah Joy said...

*wipes brow* So I am not utterly bad for being a writer. ;-) I love your allusion to my favorite Narnia book of all time! :-D

Eldra said...

No, Jake. We're going to leave you tied to your chair until the end of time. Mwahahah. *bland face* Wait. Isn't that a good thing...?

I eagerly await your counter post.

The Director said...

Ah, now you speak sense. *unties Jake*

We all know what happens when Jill & Eustace untied the prince....

Charlotte said...

Mmm, I agree to all the comments above.

Christopher said...

@The Director, yes we do. He became a monster...oh wait. That was a different book...

Off topic, have you ever read The Giver by Lois Lowry, Jake? I'm making my way though it. It's a very interesting ready.

Anonymous said...

As long as you promise to stay sane, I'll untie you. ; )

Can't wait!


Ninja Tim said...

Director, next time, take away the Pen of Doom, then untie him. Safety measures y'know. ;)