I’m amazed by the ability of my favorite authors to write awesome stories without experiencing it firsthand. I’ve been re-reading “The Fault In Our Stars” and it is still as wonderful as the first time I read it. I seriously have a huge crush on Augustus Waters, but unfortunately, he’s fictional and dead. Reality sucks.
Anyways, have you ever experienced a really bad writer’s block? Well, that’s what I’m going through right now. I’m currently in the process of writing a story about love, and I can’t seem to start it because I don’t know how to begin. I’ve got the plot already, all that’s left is to write the actual story and the MS Word doc is B-L-A-N-K.
How do you cure a writer’s block? I guess it’s by looking for inspirations and such. I’ve sorta been doing some research related to the novel I’m writing on. I’ve never done research about stuff I write in my stories because so far, everything has been completely fictional. I was only grade 6 when I published my first book in Wattpad and it’s, well, not that great.
I have high expectations for this book. I want it to be as romantic and well-known as those Nicholas Spark’s novels I always see people reading and watching. I don’t want it to be a mere pocketbook, but rather something that would make a mark.
LIVE. LAUGH. LOVE