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September 17, 2013

Writer’s Block Tip

Filed under: Writing — dramaquill @ 2:30 PM
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No doubt every writer has, at one time or another, suffered from a bout of writer’s block.  

Empty page…cursor blinking…
White notebook page…pen in hand…

…and nothing!

The crisp fall air reminds me that there’s inspiration everywhere.  

For example, what did you do all summer?  Did you have company come and visit?  Did you go on a trip somewhere?  Were there special occasions to celebrate?  Did you meet new people or reconnect with those you hadn’t seen for a long time?

Fall is the perfect time to use something from summer as an inspiration to begin writing something new.

Or…just look out the window at the beautiful colours and the people buzzing around with their hectic schedules and let one of the scenarios unlock your creativity.

What’s your best tip for getting past writer’s block?

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2 Comments »

  1. I go read a good (or bad) book. Both kinds inspire me to write.

    Comment by Sandycarl — September 17, 2013 @ 4:16 PM | Reply

    • That’s so funny. Books can get me excited to write but if I’m blocked on something, they don’t help there. I sometimes free write but in truth, I have so many ideas still to work on that I rarely struggle with being blocked.
      I’m sure you’re the same.

      Comment by dramaquill — September 18, 2013 @ 11:30 AM | Reply


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