Curing Writer’s Block

Posted: October 4, 2017 by J.A. Prentice in Flash Fiction, Uncategorized
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The page is always blank to start with: stark white like a snowfield, ink dripping from the pen like ash. Then you start to write and it just flows, flows like a river, winding, twisting, so fast you can barely lift your pen from the page and all the words and sentences jumble together.

How long does it take you to realize that they aren’t your words – and how long until you realize that you can’t stop?


This is for Three Line Tales. Thanks to Sonya for running the challenge and Kira auf der Hiede for the prompt photo!

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  2. Love the description of the blank page and then the writing flow.

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