14 thoughts on “Choke

  1. Nooooooooo! Quick, 300ccs of caffeine and a plate of pierogi, STAT!

    pound on it’s chest! Squeeze it’s nose and blow down it’s throat! Use the rib-seperater thingie! SAVE IT!!!

  2. have you checked out the Dare Thread yet? whenever I get stuck I rush the NaNo’s Dare Thread, grab some weird freaky dare and write a quite random thought about it, and how it can fit into my story, and the next thing I know I’m back on track writing another couple thousand words for my story. I’ve done this about 5 times so far this year, every time my story hit a bump, the Dare Thread pulled it through and got it back on track.

  3. I had this happen to me last year. What got me through it was talking through my plotline with someone else, which underlined for me the things that were important in the story. A bit of thinking and talking and I found my blind alley, removed it, and was able to resume writing.

    Hope this is marginally helpful.

  4. Hey, guys. I’m going to try again this morning. Maybe skip ahead? Maybe try the Dare Thread? Maybe twist its little arm or use the rib separator thingie? So many great suggestions, thank you.

    E, I want to talk plot with you this weekend. I know I said I don’t want to talk about it yet because it’s too raw, but I’m stuck.

    E’s sleeping now. It’s way early. I’m going to go to my writing spot and see if I can figure this out…

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  6. “””E, I want to talk plot with you this weekend. I know I said I don’t want to talk about it yet because it’s too raw, but I’m stuck.”””

    i would love to. i’m excited to. you’re not stuck, you’re just re-forming and you’ll be glad about it soon.

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