“Hey Alex, how does someone so awesome, cool, kind, and modest deal with writers block?” (Yes, I have been asked that exact question before. I’m not making it up!!!! 😉 )
Well, I’ll tell you. When I get stuck on a project, I start a new one. If I get stuck on the newbie, I either go back to project #1 or start another new one. As you’ve probably guessed, this isn’t very productive. At the moment I have 10-15 stories that are at different stages. Some have names, and some don’t. There’s the original Max story with 1993 words, a series of short stories for younger kids book #1 has 78 words (not much, I know. But I just started it.). Then there’s Kristine, still trying to work on this one, with 803 words. The newer Max stuff, The Beast (not permanent) has 1392, and my newest project-
It Doesn’t Like it When We Sing
After being found wandering in the woods surrounding Cooperstown NY, a young girl is sent to a nearby hospital with no memory of who she is or why she was all alone.
The main character’s name is Hazel, in case you were wondering. This little thingy has 221 words. I’m going to finish this, hopefully. 😉