These are Dorothy Parker’s words, but they easily could have been mine. The only reason I got started writing after a five-year hiatus was because the desire to have written got so strong that I had no choice but to start babbling about whatever I could put down on paper. As it turned out, that was enough.
But there are times when we all get tired of writing (right? I can’t be the only one) and desperately wish to have written. But I guess the cure for this, as it is for almost all literary maladies, is to keep writing anyway. Maybe that’s not motivation.
Or maybe it is? Just keep doing what you do. It’ll work itself out.