Creator James Maddox / David Stoll
Writer’s block isn’t a thing I come up against very often, but when it happens the wall it constructs feels as solid as brick (hence the metaphor in episodes 10&11). But as bad as those walls can be, breaking through them can feel pretty wonderful.
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