As a writer, I'm very much description-centred. I love to write about what things look like, to embellish and impress, to write things that sound beautiful. But that only gets you so far, doesn't it? What novel would be read without any action or emotion? I think this is why I've been so stumped with writing lately; being able to pen only a page before running out of ideas. Because I can't get emotionally invested in writing about what the sea looks like today. It's fun, but only lasts for a little while. So how do I approach action? How can you make action and thoughts sound interesting? I'm afraid of writing an elaborate description and then having this horrible, awkward contrast with a plain lump of action. Does anyone else encounter this problem and agh, how do I fix it?!