I love adverbs. I could use only adverbs. Who needs nouns or verbs? Is it possible to be subtle without adverbs? While I am not convinced no adverbs makes writing stronger or better, it can create focus. It is also difficult. Difficult means something. Difficult builds character, or Kills it. Why stop with adverbs? Lets stop using adjectives. Focus increased. The pure message. I am. Finished. Difficult and easy. At the same time. Bad English. Wait a minute bad English was never the point, just the medium. Who controls, defines good English? That is the point. I have no control over English. Good or Bad. Short sentences are key. I was taught this when I was young. When I don’t know what to write I write small. When I know what to write I force myself to write small. Writing big makes me appear small. What I am doing now is not big. Not small, just bad. No point, just difficult, so good. This could be a long 500 words. Thankfully 500 words is 500 words. Confusion can appear with one word or thousands, but 600 words can not be put inside 500 words. 500 words puts a limit on reading time, not comprehension time. Unless the 500 words are Chinese then reading time could be unlimited because my Chinese is limited. If the 500 words are Egyptian then the reading time has a limit. Zero reading time, just gazing time, like a Van Gogh. The difference between a Van Gogh painting and hieroglyphics is with Van Gogh I dream of sunflowers. With Hieroglyphics I dream of Hollywood memories. I think in images. I hear voices, but I think in images. No adverbs, but not clear or focused. This is like cooking without oil, salt or sugar. It is not cooking. It is cutting raw fruit. I like to cook. It makes me, me. Despite people who call me a fruit or a fruitcake, I am a cook. Understand this would all be much more clear with adverbs. Or not. It would taste better.
Lots of kids home yesterday, I guess I just should have “Kids home yesterday” its more powerful, sorry I mean “its Powerful”
Anyways, I was 150 words short of 500 on this one, lucky my publisher is cool.