I must admit, I get ‘white page syndrome’ but usually start with something, the good thing is you can always go back and rewrite it, more often that not now I have written a good part in my head before I commit to paper (wordprocessor) so the flow works far better and avoids the false starts
I usually have the plot going on in my head too, Peter and it does help to avoid false starts. I mull over a story for weeks and then when I go to write it out it just seems to start at the right place.
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