Thursday, February 19, 2015
I write this post, trying to gain some new ground. I'm pretty sure I haven't written a word of fiction for a year. And yet I have a box filled with half-finished fiction.
Just seems so hard to come back to it. Did Hemingway have dry spells? Vonnegut? Heller? Bradbury?
I'm 25,000 words into a crime fiction caper and have been dying to return to my characters. I've also been itching to write Mr. Dead Eyes 2. I'm also working on a sci-fi thriller involving visitors from the future.
Right now I'm fully focused on narration. 30 different projects. I've read some good books this past year, and each one has been needling me to finish my own writing projects.
But after a solid year of no new words?
Is it possible?
Maybe I should finish all my narration gigs first. Or should I just jump back in, guns blazing?
What do you think?
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