Brian Keene, American horror author, tackles the thorny issue of “Writer’s Block” on his blog with the post “What if nobody likes it?” Although he asserts that there’s no such thing as Writer’s Block, he does acknowledge that sometimes, life still gets in the way.
‘I’d rather play video games tonight’ is not a valid excuse. But there are times when the things going on in your life encroach upon your writing. Sickness. Death. Depression. Doubt. These things, and others like them, can wreak havoc on your ability to write.
Visit his blog to read more on how to overcome the self-doubt that every writer, no matter their level of experience, feels at some point.
Brian Keene is an American author of horror, crime fiction, and comic books, and two-time winner of the Bram Stoker Award. He has over twenty-five books to his name, and has worked on comic book titles such as Doom Patrol and The Last Zombie. His work has been translated into six languages, and several of his works have been made into film, such as Ghoul and The Ties that Bind.