Gene Fowler (American journalist, author and dramatist) is a man after my own heart. Or rather, WAS, because he died in 1960. I don't know if it was as a result of his writing.
I can tell he was a REAL writer because his statement is so accurate - except, in my case, it's more often 'stare at a blank screen.'
Synesthesia is a perceptual condition of mixed sensations: a stimulus in one sensory modality (e.g., hearing) involuntarily elicits a sensation/experience in another modality (e.g. vision).
The screenplay will involve people who see colours when they hear sounds. That should make for phenomenal visual imagery.
All I have to do is start...
I can't even procrastinate by sharpening my pencils because I use a keyboard. I could, however, spend some time removing the toast crumbs from between the keys.
That would work.