Writers block, the enemy of every writer, poet and author on earth
For those of you who have the luck of never having to endure this it is an annoying frame of mind in which you cannot think of anything to write, have trouble starting a new story or the very thought of writing gives you a headache. In my past three or so years of writing i have endured this dozens of times, be it mere days or months. It is an annoying but unavoidable infliction, but there are ways to shake it.
(alas, my drawing still hasn't improved....)
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Step 1: Insipration PleasE!
its that simple. sit down and think. if you really want to write whatever it is, but can't seem to start, just think long and hard about the story. come up with some new, exciting ideas. if one is good enough to add to your story then you'll get inspired and want to write it. it works with me. this improves your story as well as fending off writers block!!!
Step 2: Sit Back, Relax..AND STOP THINKING ABOUT IT!
sometimes, the stress of writing gets to you
you need to just stop thinking about it for a while
start a new hobby, read a few good books, do something that doesn't include sitting over a notepad, clenching a pen in your hand and rubbing your forehead.
it could take hours,weeks,months
but eventually if you love it enough you'll get back to writing!!!
Step 3: Be Persistent
but the imagination gnawing feeling is still there?
whatever you do DON'T GIVE UP
you'll shake it one day
and before you know it, more brilliant work is pouring over the pages
goodbye and good luck writers!
thanks for reading!!!!!!!!!!