So, the answer to your question as to what happens to me when I write, is the most banal and useless answer you will ever get from an author: the magic happens.
Particularly if it is unlovable. Historically, Moore has shied away from even the most rudimentary, CompuServe-level interfacing with the information superhighway, beyond perfunctory online chats at the behest of charities or friends. Final Part Afterwords is more like a sum up and a confession of all the wrong things Alan Moore told the readers about "how to be a good writer".
Brian Michael Bendis: Story outlines vs. Over time, that man became whatever the hell Alan Moore is today; this man whose work has preyed on me, made me cry, turned me on, turned me off, and even, from time to time, completely failed to hold my attention.
Moore suggests writers who already started their career, to "simply try new and hard things they didn't think they could manage" in order to become a better writer.
Over time, it will go away. Chapter 3 World Building: Place and Personality suggests to possible comic book writers; to examine real life characters, persons one know throughout their life in order to create real characters. Immerse yourself in the least desirable element and swim.
Whatever we do or do not accomplish in the future, every conscious moment of our here and now is a stunning and miraculous unlikelihood that is very possibly nowhere replicated throughout the length and breadth of our cosmos.
As a result, this most recent entry in our compilation series of writing tips from pros features the mighty Brian Michael Bendis Bendis is coming!!!!!
We can, however, pick In my own experience, this course of action always works. Be ruthless about this, and submit yourself to as much emotional pain as necessary to get the question answered: What horrifies me?