- Created by: karladavisio
- Created on: 19-03-20 09:07
Many writers suffer from writer's block. Part of the problem is that it's "all in your head," and isn't something you can treat with medication. You are just unable to continue working on the project at hand. Your muse isn't cooperating, and the words aren't flowing.
Here are some great ideas to help get you past that block and back to work:
Figure out what's blocking you
Writer Michael Stackpole insists that there is no such thing as writer's block - it's simply your mind telling you that something just isn't working, and the cure is to find out what that is and fix it, then you'll be able to move forward. Go back to the last part of your manuscript that…