Friday Fictioneers: The Perfect Writer

The Perfect Writer

My grandfather was one of the most prolific authors who ever lived. In ninety years he penned over 300 novels. He wrote constantly but always found time for his family and friends. He never experienced writer’s block, nor did he fall into black moods when the ideas that were so clear in his head did not translate readily onto the page.

My writing career stalled magnificently and I became a block mood 24/7.

I went to his house and stared at a picture of him that hung above his writing desk.

‘One word after another,’ he would say.

Smug bastard.

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Another Friday Fictioneers story with prompt supplied by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields.

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