Writer's block is principally about motivation and discipline, not a lack of ideas. I've heard of plenty of writers who can't get motivated, but I've never known one who would give you a blank stare if you asked them what they were working on. The problem is not a lack of ideas. They usually have at least a dozen projects going simultaneously. That's the problem. The ideas poor out of the walls like leaky plumbing and flood up the room to your neck. Which ones to give precious access to your limited time and mental energy? You work on the ones that won't leave you alone. The ones that pour out the cracks you can ignore for now. The ones that run up your nose and shout "Me! Me! Me!" you have to deal with or they'll drown you.
I've been working on the sequel to Limbo's Child and this idea only happened last night, but it's been running up my nose so hard I had to sneeze it out.
So I wrote up a piece of flash fiction, just to set the characters, setting and ideas for now. It's happy for the moment and I can come back to it later.
What's it about?
No joke. It's called Risen and it's here, on Google Docs. It's short and a little rough but fun. Check it out. Let me know what you think.