Some very good advice…and I often do it. It helps me get started the next day…and hopefully I haven’t forgotten too much of that ‘feeling’ for that scene!
You sit down to write having wilfully ignored the distractions around you: the distant ringing telephone (yours), the barking dog (your neighbour’s). You pay no heed to the bells and whistles of Social Media which continually beckon you away like a siren’s song. You make all that effort but when confronted by the computer screen and your work in progress you find you have nothing to say. We have all been there, haven’t we? It’s so frustrating particularly if you have limited writing time and need to make it count.
Frustration by Peter Alfred Hess courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons licensed by CC BY 2.0
You can coax the creative engine into life but it can be a slow process like trying to get an old car started on a cold and frosty morning.
Give it a good push by Christopher Amrich courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons…
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