Partly, though, I think it's because of my gen ficathon story. Looking back on past occasions when I've struggled to write, I think that they've usually come just after I've written a ficathon story - i.e. a story that won't be posted for a while after I write it. I think it's because the story doesn't feel properly finished until it's been released into the wild, and my muse persists on thinking of it as the active story, even if it's completely finished.
Oh well... I've played BG2 all day today, and am working tomorrow, and I want to do some touristy things or country walking (weather permitting) on Sunday and Monday, but do hope I can at least start a story. The start is always the hardest part.
(Actually, I have written something, and I suppose I ought to post the link here, since this is my writing journal, after all. It's not fanfic, though. You see, I did a post on mnemonics over on my other LJ, which led someone to tell me that modern scientists had banished indigo from the spectrum. Poor indigo! I thought. I wonder how he's coping with this shame.. Not well, it seems. Princess Bride quotes, a downgraded planet and some runaway Imperial measurements somehow got caught up in it, too.)