Writing with AI
Writing with AI is trending. It has been a trend for a while. I understand it’s great for writing articles and such. I can understand that. It makes it a lot easier for content writers. However, there have been some lawsuits come out involving plagiarism. Apparently, sometimes the AI doesn’t’ realize it’s copying other people’s work.
I don’t have a problem with that. The thing that bothers me is people writing books using AI’s. One particular book promotion site has complained that some writer’s are putting out one or two books a month using AI. The complaint is that the books are getting only one or two reviews with one out of five stars.
The people using AI’s to write their books are lazy and only in it for the money. I admit I would love to make a lot of money writing books, but I don’t write specifically for the money. I like the experience of creating something from nothing, of taking a character and breathing life into them. When I write it is like watching a movie unfold. I have an idea for the ending, but it’s not set in stone. It sometime changes. I don’t know the characters until I create them. Even when I have an idea of how they should act they sometimes go in a different direction. My job is to keep the plot and the characters together to create a story that entertains.
When I write a blog, I try to keep it relevant. Often it will be about writing and books. I also review books that I read.