I totally, completely agree. Does that mean it's never hard to write? That you never stare at the blank screen, and can't seem to figure out what the heck to write? Pfft. Of course not. But to me, not knowing what to write doesn't mean you have some kind of magical block. It means that you need to spend some more time thinking about your story. Thinking about your characters and their motivations. What is going to get in the way of what they want. Where the plot is going. What, exactly, is going to happen in that next scene.
On writer's block: "I don't believe in it. Plumbers don't get plumbers block and doctors don't get doctor's block; why should writers be the only profession that gives a special name to the difficulty of working, and then expect sympathy for it?"
~ Philip Pullman
So to me, it's not so much a block, as it is a sign that I'm prepared to write.
If you disagree, have a cookie! If you agree, have two. ;)
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Hahaha! Just kidding. Disagree with me all you want, and you can still have two. :)
Have a fabulous weekend! And May the 4th be with you! [snicker, snicker]