So here's the thing: I haven't been able to write in months.
I mean, yeah, I'll choke out a paragraph or two, but I've legitimately missed the tail on this one.
It's not even that I don't like my book or my characters--I like all those things. I'm obsessed with my words, and I find myself reading them over and over again.
And I'm stuck.
Stuck because I can't get past those words. I want the story to end, I know how it ends, heck I've even written a rough draft of the ending, but I can't get to that point.
Does any of this happen to any of you?
Do you feel your words trapped within your thoughts, so far hidden that even if you tried to rescue them you couldn't get them out?
That's how I'm feeling, guys.
I need my words. I need some inspiration.
Give me something.
lost with no words.
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