Being afraid to write

Blah blah novel blah blah progress and writing blah blah blah. Blah Blah structure blah blah revisions blah blah blah.

Blah blah confession:

I'm afraid to write the ending.

Blah blah introspection blah blah usual angst crap blah blah blah. Straw man blah blah kidding myself blah blah reasons (but not the real ones) blah blah blah blah. Fear, uncertainty, doubt, blah blah blah.

Rhetorical question? Blah blah blah? Quote by some dead writer blah blah disarming joke to hide my pain blah blah blah. Blah blah blah.

Blah blah what does it all mean blah blah blah blah. More turgid bloviation blah blah blah blah.

Another joke.

Blah blah blah. Something uplifting, blah blah. More blah blah, maybe another quote. Blah blah blah.

Blah blah blah 80,000 words so far blah blah blah expression of doubt as to quality/saleability blah blah blah.

More angst.

Blah blah blah said it all before blah blah blah read it all before blah blah blah not fit to be called a writer blah blah blah.

Thin statement of commitment blah blah blah promises, promises, blah blah blah.

Blah blah blah.

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18 comments:

  1. Smashing blah-ness finely articulated.

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    1. "Blah blah blah" says what bigger words can't.

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  2. HAHAHAHAHAHA - OK? So I'm laughing? But I'm FEELING EXACTLY THE SAME FECKING WAY.
    We need a pact, or something, Tony. Seriously. We could call it Divine Secrets of the Blah-Blah Writerhood. Or something.

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    1. My words cut through the fog of mutual self-delusion to touch on the raw heart of blah blah blah.

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  3. Emmm Blah blah not sure how to finish ^_^

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  4. So, in a nutshell: "blah blah disarming joke to hide my pain blah blah blah"

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    1. Curse you, Doctor Insightful! You have spotted my weakness!

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  5. At least you manage to make your angst enjoyable for others. Wish I could do that.

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    1. You know the old saw about writing being a process of sitting at the keyboard an opening a vein? When I do that, tiny rubber chickens fall out.

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  6. *ROFL* You should sell t-shirts. So freaking true!

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    1. No way! I can barely market my fiction! ;-)

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  7. Ha Ha Ha Ha funny Ha Ha ha ha ha ha hillarious ha ha Ha Ha ha ha ha cantMt stop laughing ha ha Ha Ha

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  8. Me, too. Blah blah blah words of encouragement and commiseration. Yakety yak appreciate your openness, yadda yadda not enough hours et cetera et cetera.

    Just keep writing and so on and so forth.

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