Dry periods when blogging...
26 Feb 09
Absolutely. Dry spells are a real pain, especially when you have anicely focussed blog on a particular subject and suddenly discover you've emptied your brain! In my case, I'm lucky: my lady is a wonderful source of ideas. If I get stuck, I'll just ask her or even just talk for a bit and she'll inspire me. In fact, it happened to me yesterday morning. I couldn't think of anything to write about on my writing blog (the one in my profile, my main blog). So I sat down with her and a cup of coffee for a bit of a chat and ended up writing a nice long bit about cultural references in stories! Nice to live with a muse.
31 Dec 08
until now, i have not been blogging yet. i am planning of doing it sometime this year though. i am asking my daughter to introduce into the world of blogging. i have always been writing since my high school days. until now, i am still good at it. it is true that dry spells normally come/happen to even the best experienced writers. this is the reason why the idea of need for some inspiration to trigger a person to write has come up. i can still remember that in school, we have come across those old english poets like percy b. shelley, sir walter raleigh...needing some inspiration to trigger them towards some writing mood. even william shakespeare had been into this thing, too. this tells us that dry spells are also experienced by this people of old.