Last time I allegedly posted anything on this slow, crawling blog.
I can honestly say this has probably been the longest creative block I've experienced, that I can remember, at least. It is obviously usual for me to go months without at least some small scene popping up into my head and my creative process running amok, spattered with spelling and grammatical errors while I try to keep up with the mental stream that carries me through a narrative with the end not yet being known.
August 2014: Redemption.
Redemption started from a dream sequence I'd like to see in a movie, again, a scene which I allow to make itself reveal itself at its own speed, without my guidance. It had some kind of connection to previous writings, loosely at least. I feel that scene was kind of a closure to this loose mental flow.
And just like that, it was over. The imagery was gone, I couldn't conjure up those smokey bars, those pasts intertwined without characters ever meeting, all of the doors, and windows seemed to shut.
I have had moments of "I'm totally gonna write a ___________ about _________, however obviously, nothing has materialized since an envelope was placed onto the ground.
Bear with me, I'm sure I'll come up with something...eventually.
Read a book one day::
"The Ables" by Jeremy Scott
It's rather damn good.
The Trickster, Maui