Tag Archives: writer’s block

When Writing Gets Hard

  I would never have thought that I’d get to a point where I’d say “man, writing is hard.” It’s not that I don’t think it can be hard. It’s not that I ever doubt anyone else when they say … Continue reading

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Re-threading the Needle

You know how you’re just starting something and you have all this great momentum to really make something? Or you’re in the middle and you’ve really hit your stride? I don’t care what the thing is you’re making – creative … Continue reading

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Riffraff

It feels like a long time since I’ve posted anything (besides that Reads/Recs post 2 days ago) and even though I primarily subscribe to the idea that one should only post to the blog when you have something and that … Continue reading

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Pressure to Be Good Enough a.k.a, Reason #58* for False Writer’s Block

(*Not a real number from a real list.)   That’s correct, false writer’s block. I’ve joined the bandwagon that believes there is no true writer’s block, that the primary “block” is not the inability to write, but the fear to … Continue reading

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