To a fiction-writer,
My dear, learning from the devil is to get taught of what’s a devil is all about.
And doesn’t mean you have to approach the devil, and to become one.
Everyone has a dark side, and you just lock it by ignore thinking of it.
Even your writing skill lacks emotion, and the interconnection between fragments, and you have to build bridges between sentences, to enhance smooth transition of that gap, with your emotion filled,
but if you have a competition mindset to win to be the one who writes best, you’ll tend to write things out of evil.
And you misinterpreted the idea of getting out of trouble and misery by means of writing.
It’s not to dip yourself further into creating more trouble thinking of the non-existed.
In order to learn releasing your emotions into your writing, is to learn from the praised first.
Read her (not me) stories, and try to learn and absorb its essence.
She has the emotion well-pieced together in her stories, however leaving her all empty without likable human emotions in her realistic life. And you have to learn from it too. Because her “true” emotions are still withheld.
Writing fiction is like picking up of an obsession, and avoidance of life, of the reality.
The more one dips into fictional thinking into the dark, the more one turns into evil.
You may also compare that to the serials in Harry Porter’s movies outlined, darker and darker it goes.
Fiction is good only if it brings sunshine, hope, to nourish one’s mind.
If success is only the word one can perceive, the tactics used to draw crowds and attention are always evilish dipped !
And girls tend to like being applauded and praised or sympathized, and those can easily tempt them to fall for the vanity.
And living in a world of fiction of the non-existed if ever turning dark, is just a thread close to the realm of insanity.