Besides one scene of straight (maybe one line of description?) dialog, I haven't written any fiction in over two weeks. I'm starting to regret that and I haven't even sat down to write anything yet. I'm kind of scared of how visible the rust will be.
Obviously, the solution to going substantial periods of time without writing is to go ahead and write something. But what to write? Or should I edit a few things I have laid out for edits to ease myself back in? I haven't gone so long as to completely forget how to write, but it's longer than I've gone in a good while.
One of the many advantages to flash fiction is that, hopefully, I should be able to get back into the swing of things after a piece or two. After a couple of hours I should be back into a decent rhythm. The story/stories may not be up to par, but I don't have to show them to anyone if I don't want to, so it doesn't matter all that much.
Breaking this fiction hiatus is going to be tough. I should be able to get myself to write something tomorrow, but I'm not sure what I'll do. Perhaps I'll just do a complete discovery write like I used to before I had so many ideas waiting to be turned into stories. Those are always fun.
This is a forewarning for myself: don't go this long without writing, you'll let your edge get dull. And you hardly have an edge to begin with.