The Myth of Writer's Block
This is a generally unpopular opininon that I've found most people don't share with myself. Yet, as I long to become more engrossed in this community, I figured I could say what I needed to say and gage how many people agree/disagree with me, and that statement is;
Writer's Block doesn't exist!
At least, that's always been the case. Whenever I write, and I feel stumped concerning whatever I'm working on (short story, novella, etc.), I would simply put that story on hold and move onto something else I have in the works. That's always worked for me. I've never been able to sit in front of a keyboard and not be motivated to write something.
As I said, though, a lot of people argue that when Writer's Block hits, they can't write anything to save their lives, no matter the subject, no matter the length.
So my question to you guys is, do you struggle with Writer's Block every now and then? Are there times when literally nothing comes to mind? Or, like me, do you just put that story on pause and work on something else? I'm curious. Thanks in advance for any input!