As a writer, I know the challenge of the blank page.
The blank page stands witness to all this is not and all that could be. It invites the writer to express his innermost thoughts and to form them into an offering worthy to present to the world.
For this very reason, the blank page intimidates, as well. For there it sits–an invitation, yes–but quite possibly an invitation to failure. What if the words don’t come out right? What if they fall on deaf ears? What if nobody cares?
These are the kind of thoughts I normally center upon when, as a writer, I consider the blank page. Continue Reading…