I mentioned previously that I had begun writing a novel, I also started to write a script. The novel is going well, the script not so much. It looks like I have finally experienced 'writers block'. It'll pass, but it got me thinking of the question if writing a novel is any harder than writing a script. Are they both equally difficult? Or does it all come down to inspiration and passion for whichever story you choose? I started writing my script in no particular order, so I'm not as stuck in one place as I could be. I could always skip forward or back to fill in any blanks. I am in no short supply for unique camera positions or setting, or really even plot line. My problem lies in conversational dialogue, one of the more difficult things in script writing. But my problem led to my question I mentioned previously: which is harder to write?