Other people have high and mighty dreams that spur them on to greater heights of flight.
I have terrible obsessions. It's a haphazard life for me, I'm afraid.
But I still grimly hang on to the fraying threads of normalcy despite the persistent, crashing waves of fandom. Friend if you like and I'll friend back. Except empty journals though, because sorry, no.
"Knowledge is power. Power corrupts. Study hard. Be evil." >D
"Write, write, write and read. Read, read, read everything you can. Read the stuff you know that you like, and that you love. Read all of that, and read anything else.
Then write, and make sure that you finish things. Because it's very easy to start things and it's very, very hard to get to the end.
Don't be a writer if you don't love it. It's a really hard thing to do. It's just you and a blank screen, and you're making stuff up. It's a very odd, very strange profession. There are much easier ways to make money and earn a living.
But if you have to do it, and if you're good at it, and if you enjoy it, then I can't think of anything better. There's certainly nothing else I'd want to do." --Neil Gaiman
"Sam Vimes, I've dreamed of visiting Koom Valley all my life, so don't dare think for one moment you're gallivanting off to see it and leaving me at home!" "I don't gallivant! I've never gallivanted. I don't know how to vant! I don't even have a galli! But there's going to be a war there soon!" "Then I shall tell them we're not involved." --Sam and Sybil Vimes, "THUD!" by Terry Pratchett