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There are several species of writer’s block,¬†and the average writer has tasted each variety¬†at one time or another. There’s procrastination (that virginal dread of the sullied manuscript to come that will replace the beautiful yet vague image in the mind of what the piece might have otherwise been), there’s laziness (consummate sloths, they storytellers be), […]

Writer’s Block: Part 2

My biggest fear is not of what I will write; It is that fear that paralyzes those that stand on stage and destroys public speaking: I’m afraid that when I open my mouth I’ll have nothing to say. In many ways, this is worse than saying something wrong, even the worst wrong thing is better […]