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The Writer’s Block

The picture above is the front cover for an odd book that I’ve had for a few years.  It’s a book full of small words, phrases, pictures, or paragraphs that are designed to inspire me to write something…anything…the point is just to keep writing.

A couple days ago, I was showing it to Karen (this Karen here), and she suggested that I use it to keep writing here on my blog.  The idea is to just flip open the book to a random page and begin writing about it.

So that’s what I’m going to do.  I’m going to try it for the next seven days (beginning Friday) and see if I could sustain it for an entire week.  From then…who knows…maybe I can keep it going a bit longer.  Wish me luck.



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