Writer’s Block Part 2


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Hey viewers and writers!  I know that having writer’s block can be a pain in the you know what. I currently am suffering from it. But, I’m here to say don’t give up! There are time when you don’t feel like writing anything. Currently, that is my situation. I’m just like “blah”, I’ll write when I feel like it. This can last for up to two weeks. After that GET TA WRITING! I’m starting back writing again. I have my writing music available and my laptop ready. I will be writing Act 2 of my screenplay called I’ll Never Tell. I’ll elaborate with more details in another blog. I was told that if you don’t want to write, don’t. This has been my very saying for the past two weeks. Some of my friends who are writers will post their word count, or that they finished writing a few scenes. Then I think, ” Man, I want to do that too.” Now, I have gotten my mojo back. I want to know what motivates you to write? Do you have to be in a writing mood? As writers we have our own lives and do have normal jobs and life can happen. Stress can consume the mind and eat at you like a virus. I know that things happen but writing can be our escape. We can talk to our characters that live in our head and be in a world of our own. No one will understand what we are feeling when we are writing. It’s a writer’s thing, I say. We are writers will always be “weird, misunderstood, the odd one,etc.” People always have a “look” when you say that you are a writer. LOL…at least I’ve noticed it. Keep going, keep grinding. I know I am. 

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Some Inspiration from one of the greatest! 

“So okay – there you are in your room with the shade down and the door shut and the plug pulled out of the base of the telephone. You’ve blown up your TV and committed yourself to a thousand words a day, come hell or high water. Now comes the big question: What are you going to write about? And the equally big answer: Anything you damn well want. ” – Stephen King

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