I'm stuck aka:
No...this isn't the first post I've done about writer's block...but this time sucks most of all. You want to know why? Because I'm THIS close to the end of my first draft. I was weird and when I wrote my novel, I skipped around. I did the scenes that were screaming to be placed on paper. It's the in between scenes, the more "blah" scenes that don't leave a huge imprint on your mind, but still need to be there to help make sense to the flow of the story scenes. If that makes any sense whatsoever. It's not that I'm writing the wrong stuff; it's that I can't write it at all. I sit there...and imagine what I could say and it just disappears and I think of everything and anything else besides what I should be writing.
So if my drive is that strong...why can't I do it? Why do I partially want to give up. That's a terrible thought and I want to get rid of it instantly...but it's there. Lurking like a poisonous drug.
I'm so close but I feel so far away. I can do this. I know I can. The writer's drive is unbelievable and I feel life if it's the real deal, nothing can stop it. I just have to get through the obstacles as of late. Hopefully it'll work out. Hopefully they'll come back to help out a bit.
Writers who have completed the first draft! What did you do to get done. How did you make it the extra last miles to the finish line. I know the journey is still so long, maybe that's whats holding me back. But how did you get it done? HELP!
Thanks friends :) Happy Monday by the way.