Tuesday, July 15, 2008

It Hasn’t Changed All That Much…



Science Guy gave this to me last night and I thought I’d share it with you. Although we might not be at an actual huge rock, when the writer’s block hits us, we might as well be.

I tried to find it on the net and it wasn’t there. So what’s a girl to do? Snag it and give kudo’s to the cartoonist.

I did, however, find John McPherson’s, the cartoonist, bio on this website. And this is his Close To Home website.

WW’s and PD’s,
Vicki

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

at this point this would be me hitting my head on the rock, hoping the block will go away. . .SOON!!!
L

Danika / OpenChannel said...

I came over to your blog to specifically tell you that YOU ROCK!

Little did I know I'd find this cartoon... lol!

I miss being around the blog-o-sphere and "hanging out" with you!

Vicki said...

L - you aren't in writer's block girl, you're in lots of characters talking block. :D

danika!!! OMG, I've so missed hearing from you and see you around. You've got to email me and let me know what's going on in your world! :D

Malicious Intent said...

OH I hate writers block, especially when its work related and I have to write something by a deadline and am totally blank! I hate forcing something out of me that is not there. Never much good comes from that other than filling a void space for the sake of filling it. Struggling with dyslexia all my life has made me a stronger writer as I have to pay closer attention to what I do, but some days it still is a pain in the arst!

Thanks for visit and the lovely comments. Yesterday there was no block, just an endless stream of concious flowing out. If anything I had to hold back a lot so as not to make it to long.
I really need help on "how to" write a book. I am thinking short stories or chapters of specific topics. Not sure. All I know is the name must be "missing elements"

Jill James said...

I just finished up a workshop on using writer's block to be creative or something like that. LOL It was interesting to learn ways to make writers block work for you instead of against you.