Why is writing so much harder for me than it is for everybody else?” — every novelist ever, secretly to themselves, all the time.
Day Seven, of Blogging University – Writing Everyday Inspiration – Let Social Media Inspire You.
Today, write a response to one of these tweets. Shape your post in any way you choose — agree or disagree with the tweet, or use it as a starting point for a story, personal essay, poem, or something else.
“Why is writing so much harder for me than it is for everybody else?” — every novelist ever, secretly to themselves, all the time
This is a curious. Tweet but it’s the inspiration today. There’s seems a point where we all fail. The problem is we define our own failure. The concept of it being harder for me reflects my ability to write. Today’s ability isn’t yesterday’s. Tomorrow’s will be differ as well. Then there’s writers block!
Mark’s definition of writers block. Trying to fix your car with baking supplies! When my bouts have come, it’s me trying to force a story. Hey there at prompts that leave us all blank. The story of the rock become a superhero goes away after 25,000 words maybe wasn’t all it was meant to be. Harold the Gniess (pronounced nice) Guy sounded great for a week.
We are stubbed at the toe walking sometimes too! But who says why can’t I walk today?
Like any survivor of traumatic events, especially long term relationships, change the subject! When trapped in that illiterate corner bang your head against a different wall. Create a character to brutally butcher the story in your way. Murder can be very relaxing to write. Think of those people in your past…you will never be caught,come on… death by 1001 razor cuts? Too nice! Throw them in rubbing alcohol. Just a thought.
So anyway why is writing harder for me? I keep giving away all the good ideas. 😎