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To talk or not to talk

I have a question for all you creative types. I find when I'm working on a story, until I have at least one finished draft, I'm not comfortable discussing the details of the story or characters or concept. Somehow it feels as thought I'll lose the vitality of the project if I let any of it escape my head. But I know other people thrive on discussion and frequently hash ideas out with their creative friends. So, I'm wondering...

Do you usually talk about your creative projects while they're on the go?

Yes
3(21.4%)
No
4(28.6%)
Depends
7(50.0%)


Comment if you've more to say. :)

mlc

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megancrewe
Jul. 24th, 2004 07:41 pm (UTC)
Oh, I hate trying to summarize story ideas to people, even after they're totally written. Everything always sounds so trite when you squeeze it into a sentence or two. :P It makes me cringe.

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