Tag Archive | writer’s block

Creative Monotony

Creative Monotony

This past week was kind of a downer after the thrill of editing my short story and seeing such progress and encouraging feedback. My task this week is to go through the chapter summaries of my novel and create a document listing all the edits I need to make. I justified procrastinating on this last […]

Writing Out Writer’s Block

Writing Out Writer’s Block

So, you all know from my post last Sunday that my computer is on the fritz (now it is on the fritz on the way to a friend to fix…yay!). This happened on January 2nd, the day after the new year. The day after I made the goal of 500 words/day. The day after I […]

Angling

I write in angles. What does that mean? Let me try to explain. I like shapes and I like math. That is geometry for anyone not catching the anvils I am dropping. I start with an angle and make a shape from there. There is completeness in shapes. They come together eventually. But if the […]

Anvil Review – The Muse by Fred Warren

Yes, I know it has only been two weeks since my last Anvil Review and yes, I know it is Thanksgiving. This is worth it though. I had the privilege to read the truly excellent The Muse by Fred Warren. Fred was brave enough to come under the anvil of one CrazyHair-Vaulter. As always, there […]

Help! I’ve got Writer’s Inertia*!

 (*From the Latin “iners” which means idle or lazy.) There’s no excuse for it really. I’m fit (relatively) and healthy (relatively). I own a computer that almost never crashes with an English keyboard that has no sticky or missing keys. I have at least two word-processors that will format my words into a staggering array […]