So today's post is long over due. It's something that I feel strongly about and I think most writers will as well. There are times, two different kinds to be exact, that I feel all writers go through but I wish we didn't have too.
The first is one that I like to call The Count Down. Now during this time a writer will open up the flood gates of his/her imagination and what comes forth will be pure literary gold. It will be magical and the writing will be the best that he/she has done in a long time but to make the universe happy these magical wiring moments only occur right before work or something so you only have enough time to jot down the best parts and pray to God that when you come back to it later you will remember the creative direction you were going in.
The second is the complete opposite I call it The Clock Stopper. This is when you set aside a few hours to write. You plan it out and think about it all day but the moment you sit down to write your mind freezes up like a public speaker who imagined the wrong crowd in their underwear. There is nothing more frustrating then writers block and I hate sitting in front of my pc and two hours later all I have done is watch youtube vines and researched a guy named Uncle Dick Wooton, yes real person.
Comment if you have ever felt this way to let me know I am not alone!