You don't know where to start, what to write, or where its going. Thoughts are racing through your mind about what the next sentence will be, but by the time you finish its previous one you'll have forgotten most of them. Your writing is sloppy, and your OCD is controlling your brain. You click your pencil and shake your hand with anticipation for any good or workable idea. You ponder it for days . . . nothing. Then, finally, with one last stretch of hope you come up with a sentence . . . period. Now for the next one. This is a typical yet horrible case of writers block.
August 3, 2010