I don't know about youse, but I'm not into the muse.
A lot of the time when I sit down to write, I don't. I stare at the computer screen and wonder what's in the fridge or pantry. I trawl through my emails, read other people's blogs, research stuff on Google (it's important to be able to comment on Kristen Stewart's frock at the launch of Eclipse). But occasionally I have moments of inspiration when I write something I think is really good and that maybe someone somewhere would like to read.
There's no angel at my shoulder or spiritual guide flitting around the room when I'm on a roll. I don't blame it on my muse if my day goes pear-shaped. It's my own fault if I frig around doing nothing.
Lucky you if you have a muse. Call me cynical (I've been called worse things) but I have no use for a muse.
In the end it's up to me to get the job done.