Writer’s Block

Writer’s Block

We all know it all too well. And none of us know what to do about it. Yes, the ominous Writer’s Block. Serious as cancer.

“My idea of hell is a blank sheet of paper. Or a blank screen. And me, staring at it, unable to think of a single thing worth saying, a single character that people could believe in, a single story that hasn’t been told before.
Staring at a blank sheet of paper.
Forever.”

– Neil Gaiman, www.neilgaiman.com

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~ by Biyang Hansen on October 19, 2007.

6 Responses to “Writer’s Block”

  1. I’m like this all the time!

  2. It’s wicked I know but when I saw this I laughed. 🙂

  3. i’d much rather have a passing block than suffer cancer.
    my idea of hell on earth is a conventional cancer treatment !

  4. Thank you all for your comments,

    @ B0bbyG: yeah, it’s a b*tch, ain’t it?
    @ timethief: glad I could bring on a smile on your face 😉
    @ alaleh: I’m not saying I’d prefer cancer 😐 Merely a figure of speech. Writer’s block can be pretty bad though…

  5. oh! you’re left-handed!! i didn’t know! i’m kind of both. i share tasks between both hands!

    writer’s block, eh? i wonder if you used it as a pun also? i mean the storyboard thing you have on your paper are blocks too, aren’t they? six blocks on a paper! so i’d say for you, writer’s block is not good, but writer’s BLOCKS are excellent!!!

    hey wait a minute! am i the ONLY one who thought this up? 😀 or did you have it in your mind too?

  6. Nice interpretation 🙂 Hadn’t really thought about that.

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