I Have Fingers of Thunder

Johny Thundersbeard does not procrastinate about writing


I’m still yet to finish more then the one short story. But, I’m full of ideas. And some I’ve written out as vignettes. When I was producing comic stories & art, I was a big fan of “slice-of-life” and “vignette” genres. For me, creative narrative writing is the big one. It’s the one that has given me the most grief over the years, and the one that I cannot come to terms with. I burn with desire to write, yet I cannot bring myself to produce anything. I have had very small moments of productivity, but I haven’t managed to keep writing.

The next time I find myself in a fit of productivity, that will be my motto. Keep writing. Don’t stop. Only then can I feel positive.

One comment on “Stories

  1. Timothy Moore
    December 31, 2012

    Hey, thanks for the follow. Hopefully you will visit back from time to time, and who knows, you may read something that stirs some new creativity.

    As a fellow writer, the best advice I can give you to push past writer’s block is just sit down and write. Write anything. Write for a few minutes about whatever, and then when you’re getting in the groove, redirect that wonderful writing momentum toward your specific stories.

    Best of luck on all your writing adventures!

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