In fact, as I am typing this, I'm already feeling too tired to continue on with this post, the only thing keeping me going is listening to LOUD movie scores via iPhone and the that I am feeling quite motivated to actually get writing of any form done sometime soon. Though, as of now, I'm listening to this song with a nice blend of folk called "Into a Fantasy".
For weeks now, I was supposed to be getting lots of writing and Camp NaNoWriMo preparation done, but every single day, I constantly kept either one, a sever case of writer's block, or something else in my life came up. I was ready to write those 50,000 words that depicted Bee's story, but now, I can't. Sad as it is to say: I'm stuck.
I've never had writer's block before, or did a long stretch of procrastination before.
Yet, still, I am writing this blog post, and now, I have hit the dead end.
I am stuck.
Usually, I am one to give advice, but today it is time that the reader and the writer switch roles. Do you have any advice to overcome this big double whammy, this wall made of writer's block and procrastination combined?
Finally, before I sign off, Wednesday is the last day to post your writing contest entries, and my cover of Titanium is below (audio only, sorry, and I was kind of sick when I recorded this from two weeks ago).