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A woman finds herself in a predicament.

She’s unable to finish writing her novel.

A doctor could help her sort things out.

She’s got a foot that’s giving her trouble.

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‘There’s nothing wrong with your foot.’ Macy Werie wiggled her toes and eyed the doctor with disdain. The man was getting ahead of himself. ‘Doctor, before meeting me today, had you ever heard of the name Macy Werie?’ Doctor Hesma frowned and replied, ‘No. Never.’ Macy had the man where she wanted him. She smiled […]

You’re Suffering from Writer’s Foot by Terveen Gill — Gobblers & Masticadores

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22 Comments on “You’re Suffering from Writer’s Foot by Terveen Gill — Gobblers & Masticadores

  1. Love this, Terveen, and thank you for lightening up my afternoon. There must be some famous instances of Writer’s Foot hidden somewhere in literary history. ‘Toe be, or not toe be, ‘ as Shakespeare once said.😮

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  3. Yes, when one is blocked, one can blame just about anything. I am glad the doctor knows how to deal with crazy people–his occupation demands that from him. LOL. What a beautiful story!!!

      • Yes, sometimes we try to blame all the wrong things and refuse to see things as they are. Haha, delusional thoughts can be a unique talent of humans. Where do we draw the line between fun entertaining imagination and warped twisted thoughts…

        • That’s a fine line that many struggle with. Too much rigid thinking can never do any good. And delusional may become a new mindset. Thanks, Haoyan. 🙂

  4. I love everything about this tale: characters, surreal setting, brilliant comedy. I’ll bet you had fun writing this one! 😀 Thanks for treating us with this delightful and bizarre story. 🙂

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