A Plumber’s block.



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writer’s block yeah?

A God Author I fan follow, Phillip Pullman said, when asked about writer’s block, thus:

“Plumbers don’t get plumber’s block, and doctors don’t get doctor’s block; why should writers be the only profession that gives a special name to the difficulty of working, and then expects sympathy for it?”

in most cases, I’d agree.

But,
as always,
there’s an exception.

What happens when a Writer gets a plumber’s block, in the head (which, in case you want me to spell out for you, is the expert domain of a Doctor)?

It seems that some supreme being of creativity, in it’s ‘infynyte wisdome’ sent this uniquely creative blob of a situation to me 2 weeks ago, and I suffer the pangs every five minutes since.
The ‘situation’ comes out of my nose… and my throat and you’d never want me to describe the tastes, flavours and textures here, if you’re going to enjoy your next few meals.

This gets me to a curious situation.
There is a block. I know, for every 5 minutes I get physical evidence.
It’s a block that requires cross domain expertise, as discussed above.
It’s a block that has , to some extent, ‘bolcked’ [sic.] my output in all fields (except of course the ones described above)

A God Author I fan follow, Phillip Pullman said, when asked about his tricks against writer’s block, thus:

“No tricks. I just sit there groaning.”

I guess, that’s what I’ll do, till this ‘situation’ clears up.

You in the mean time can check what Phillip Pullman, says about writing. It’s all quiet good aah…aaahhh….aaahhhccctttuu..ally!

until next time then!

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