Axing the Writer’s Block

storytellingI found a way around writer’s block for the site.

It’s Inspirobot.me, a site that generates random memes. It comes up with some brilliant ones (and a lot of really bad ones), but on the days when I can’t think of anything to write about, I’ll be using it.

Meanwhile, I’ve started writing a new book that is fun and interesting to write. It might even be fun and interesting to read, though I figure it will not be a stunning commercial success.

I mean, I’m a writer that has a blog of two flies having sex that somehow incorporates storytelling and randomness. That can be read a lot of ways when you think about it.

2 thoughts on “Axing the Writer’s Block

  1. The specific to the general, that is where art begins. I believe it was Emily Dickinson who had the line “When I died, I heard a fly buzz” something like that. I can remember a kid in high school trying to take a picture of flies having sex. Never did see the results of that attempt. Everybody should at some point in their life, at least recognize the fact that flies have sex. Good post!

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