I haven’t had writer’s block. Yet. Or Artist’s block. I have in the past, and still sometimes do, wander down useless paths, as I try to resolved a problem or force a thought that perhaps isn’t worth the effort.
The method I used to avoid the dreaded block. Is to dodge, weave and duck. I think it works for real life, but, caution on that one.
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In 2008, R. L. Blalock first watched the remake of Dawn of the Dead and fell in love with the genre.
A writer Born and raised in Sacramento, California, R. L. Blalock now lives in St. Louis, Missouri with her loving husband, precocious three-year-old daughter, two dogs, and a bird.
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nphZone had this mini interview with M.D. Cooper when he released his latest fiction. A cool read, enjoy!
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There are a lot of books I remember from my youth, but the one I read first was the Bible. Everyone said to start at the New Testament, but I thought that was crazy, you have to start at the beginning of the book! If you skip the Numbers and Leviticus, the first 20 books or so in the Bible read like a fantasy novel. That was my first foray into the world of kings, gods, armies, betrayal, war, lust, and even poetry.
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