Hubby constantly tells me to talk it out when I’m stuck in my writing, but I wave him away, knowing I should do it, but not wanting to go through the whole “No, that’s not what I want to do” at every suggestion.
And then Delilah S. Dawson tweeted this:
If you get stuck, consider talking it out with someone. They will get everything wrong. As you explain why, the answer might appear.
— Delilah S. Dawson (@DelilahSDawson) July 22, 2014
The truth is, I need to go through the “No, that’s not what I want” part so that I can get to the part where I realize what I need to do for the story (and sometimes I eventually have to admit the part I didn’t want is the part I needed). I have to learn to get past this so I can
Anybody else shoot themselves in the foot this way? Regularly?