Posts Tagged: writer’s block

The passion remains hidden

  About half a year ago, I came to this blog and posted a bunch of words that might have been a continuation of my young adult trilogy, Jeremy Shuttle Adventures. And then I never mentioned it again. As I begin walking again, thoughts of writing pop up once more, but I am concerned that… Read more »

None shall pass

(Click the image for some fun viewing and mood setting and then come back here for the rest of the story!)   Writing is funky.  Well, I can say that for me…I can only assume it’s likewise funky for many of the other authors out there. Sometimes, the ideas and words come so swiftly, my… Read more »

Writing myself out of a corner

After weeks of continual rain (morning, noon and night), today was supposed to be a sunny morning (with rain later, ‘natch).  Eh, not so much, though the sun did poke through around mid-morning. But, so what!  Even had it been sunny, I had already made my decision to plop myself down on the patio and… Read more »

Fear of flying

 It’s looking very much like I will finish the book this week, so I think it’s time to spend the time blogging about writing.  Welcome to “Writing Week” on the JMD blog.  Now, read on… I have been struggling for some time with the final chapters to Book 2 (What Next?).  I don’t know how… Read more »

Back in the saddle

The first new post of 2012 affords me my favorite pastime before delving into the meat of today’s rambling, namely examining words and phrases.  In a manner familiar to my regular blog readers (all eight of you), I begin the post with an entirely unrelated digression. So, the term “back in the saddle”.  I get… Read more »


Right after regaling you about why my blog is not about selling more books and only nominally about my writing, here’s a post that is about my lack of posts about my writing. If you’ve been to the Facebook page, there have been no more photos of the beach.  If you’ve been to the forum,… Read more »

Computer’s block

We’ve talked about my process for writing the first book before (you can find references in a variety of posts and even in the FAQ).  It’s time to start working on writing book 2, so I thought a little more exposition on my unique affliction was in order. For whatever reason, the desktop computer has… Read more »