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Friday, November 12, 2010

Writer's Block Sucks

So I'm slogging through National Novel Writing Month and I've run smack dab into a brick wall. I think I might have bruised my knee. Got nothing for my novel. I hate Week Two.

In the midst of my agony, I have a little something for you. Here's a video I found while goofing off researching:


And just because YouTube is so much more fun than slamming my head repeatedly against the keyboard...


Then there's the classic NaNoWriMo song from a little while back. But I already posted about that one. I think it's my favorite.

And if anyone has any ideas on how to turn a suspicious, arrogant sheriff into the good guy, I'd be interested in hearing it!

8 comments:

Jillybean said...

Whenever my kids are up way too late working on homework, I start talking aobut monkeys.
One kid wrote a whole page of vocabulary sentences using a monkey as the subject in each one.

Perhaps you could throw a few monkeys into your novel?

Chris said...

funny story ...
I was scanning over my feed & read your 1st line as "So, I'm sNogging through National ..." What!?!
Maybe you just need to do a bit more sNogging & less sLogging to get your inspiration -he hee:)

Busty LaRue said...

I'm having the same problem! I was doing great until last night. HOping to somehow make it over the wall this weekend. Good luck!

Brooke said...

Sounds like there's a no good sheriff that needs to find himself some religion.

Jessica G. said...

Well, he's not really suspicious and arrogant but my male main character seems to think he is...mainly because he just doesn't like sheriffs (lots of backstory to that one). Gotta find a why to get him to see that the sheriff is a good guy.

Kristie said...

Sorry, no good ideas for you here, but good luck this month! I loved the songs- so fun!!! Happy writing! :)

Debi said...

Give him a bad trial....that can make you better....

Bonnie the Boss said...

I a with Debbie, he could be in a horrible accident. then he would change.

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