What is it about writers that we never seem to actually want to write?
Is this a requirement of an author that no-one told me about?
Do writers have a creative gene or two missing?
For years beyond mention I have wanted to have enough time to indulge in the luxury of putting pen to paper, or in my case fingers to keyboard. Now I have re-jiggled my life and found myself great chunks of time in which to write I do everything to get out of it. Although, it's not so much the physical act of writing that I shy away from: once I'm sat at my laptop and start tapping away I'm off; no, it's the thought of writing I shy away from - I can always find something more interesting to do. Email...facebook...twitter...blog...text a friend...make a coffee...stroke the dog...watch paint dry....the list is endless.
Yet when I am genuinely busy all I want to do is write and I go around like a bear with a sore head!
Anyone out there know any tips on how to trick your body into sitting at that laptop?