Today’s post comes to us from Christina. Don’t descend into madness, take a look at the tips and suggestions she offers for overcoming a frustrating case of writer’s block.
Overcoming Writer’s Block – Reading Well and Writing Crap
Sometimes I imagine writer’s block to look like a disheveled man with a whiskery beard rubbing his face at his computer screen, drinking mug after mug of coffee and typing the same sentence intro over and over, slowly going mad. What it looks like in my house is me in the kitchen baking banana bread, happily humming along with the radio and spilling flour all over my countertops. See, I give up way too easily without a deadline.
But when I do have a deadline and writer’s block creeps in, I’ve found two things help.
- Read Well: It happened three weeks ago. I was to write something witty and informative and snappy…
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