Whenever you get writer’s block, if you get writer’s block (some writers don’t get it), don’t worry be happy. I speak from experience. I get writer’s block all the time. But I don’t worry about it. I just write a post about it and my writer’s block is cured.
I woke up this morning (after a restless night trying to figure out what to blog about) and for the life of me I couldn’t come up with an idea to blog about. Did I worry? Of course not. I knew that as a last resort the very act of writing about my writer’s block would cure me.
I guess what I’m trying to say is that if you get writer’s block make it a part of your creative process. Make it work for you. Use writer’s block as a spring broad for brain storming new ideas of creativity. Figure out your own little ritual to get yourself pass writer’s block and on to your next great writing idea.
Just don’t worry. Be happy.
Hello, my brother and sister readers and writers of erotic flash fiction from all over the world! I really did have writer’s block; but after blogging about it, I’m ready to rock ‘n’ roll. What should I blog about now?
It’s a sunny day in Pittsburgh, the high will be around 70, which means it will be a great day for a walk down to the campus of the University of Pittsburgh and then on through Schenley Park. That’s sure to put the Old Soldier in a more creative state of mind. Especially if I come out of the park and turn down Dawson Street to stand in front of the house Andy Warhol grew up in for a few moments of reflection.
There are some great documentaries on YouTube about Andy Warhol.
Then it’s back home to make some phone calls to ask some questions of my two IT teams about my Internet connection and about backing up this site. And my day as an editor and publisher will be in full swing. Which will probably give me something else to blog about.
Me worry? Nawh.
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