I've been having an extreme case of writers block. My son and I discussed my story - you know, the one every artist has so far shied away from doing the cover art for - and he asked me about the ending. You see, the first third and the ending is done and I have two thirds to go because the whole book is how it gets to the ending which could be the beginning. My son wanted to know if what he thought was what the ending page means is what it means. I told him it was left to each individuals own interpretation. He replied 'So there could be a sequel?' And I said if that's how you see it. But I've had writers block for more than a year.
He asked about the cover and I explained it to him and he said it sounded cool. But he wasn't clear about why people are scared away from the cover art, but now he understands it's not just the art but what the idea and title stands for.
I wonder if I can get the City to change the name of my street to Writers Block.
I did help a neighbor kid fix his John Deere today and that felt pretty darned good.