Let us talk about that wall that is only two feet away. It towers above all and there seems to be no way around it. We often run into it as writers. This wall though it is only mental. It’s got a name and that name is Writer’s Block. What are we supposed to write when that giant wall towers in front of us. We can’t see all those good ideas just out of reach. Often we sit still and do nothing. Keeping to the assumption that it will go away. It does actually but not soon. And it definitely won’t go away in time for you to reach that due date. I’ve been told many times you got to ignore that wall and persevere. See if you keep walking forward eventually the wall will dissolve, but if you wait for it to go away on its own you’ll end up stuck. For the wall isn’t done after one try. It always comes back. You can’t give up when it blocks your path because there is no way of avoiding it. Just keep writing. Sometimes what you write during this time your writing will be absolutely terrible, but you got to remember you can go back and fix things. What you can’t do is go back and take that time you wasted.
I’m such a hypocrite though. It’s been nearly two weeks since I’ve worked on my book. I keep saying I’ll do it tomorrow. You’ll feel like doing it tomorrow Mavry. That’s not how it works Mavry. If I don’t persevere I’m never gonna finish this book. I’m just as human as everyone else. I’m just as stuck as everyone else. I’m not one to preach about writing during times in which a wall blocks your path. My only redeeming factor is that I can keep these blog posts semi consistent. I’m