Writer brain is back!

So, there’s this thing I call writer brain. That’s where, out of nowhere, characters start chatting with each other in my head … or plot solutions pop up waving streamers … or the rest of the world takes on a dreamy feeling while events in the book become crystal clear and sharp. That’s when I know my imagination is firing on all cylinders.

I haven’t felt that for a very very long time … until now!

Yeah, baby. It’s back.

I don’t know whether to laugh or cry. The relief is overwhelming. Like the song says … you don’t know what you’ve got ’til it’s gone.

So here’s what I’ll say to you folk out there who are on this insane writing journey with me, and are going through a tough time. Hang in there. You can get through this. Don’t try to force it, be patient and kind with yourself. Writer brain comes back.

And most important of all?  No matter the crap you’re wading through – embrace it. Because at the end of the day it’s all good copy.

One thought on “Writer brain is back!

  1. I recently finished re-reading “The Falcon Throne” and I found it to be even more powerful than my first read through it.

    It’s an ambitious undertaking, and deserves wide support and acclaim. As a reader of Fantasy for more than thirty years, I find The Falcon Throne to easily be in my top ten Best Fantasy Novels of all time. My top ten favorite novels of all time, too.

    I love the title “The Prince of Glass” and I hope Writer Brain is in regards to this second installment of The Tarnished Crown.

    Please tell me it is? I am really excited to read the next novel in this brilliant series.

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