15 Ways to Beat Writer’s Block


There comes a time (or times) in every writer’s career when motivation wanes. The muse takes a break. The pen runs out of ink. The words don’t flow.

This is nothing to be afraid of. Writer’s block can be caused by many things, emotional, physical, or mental. Rather than go into the causes of writer’s block, let’s focus on some cures. Today you’ll find a list of 15 articles and websites that will help you regain your focus when your writing gets sidetracked.

Please don’t read all these articles today. That would mean you’re reading not writing. You want to get back to writing, right? So instead of spending hours today reading, bookmark this page and read one or two articles a day to give you the focus you need to keep going.

Are You Really Writing?

 

Create Effective Goals to Write Your Novel

 

Motivation From Angela Booth’s writing blog.

 

12 and ½ Writing Rules

 

What to Write, What to Write?

 

Attack of the Dreaded Writer’s Block

 

How To Overcome Writer’s Block

 

Stimulate Those Creative Juices

 

Tips for Staying Motivated to Write

 

Writing Quotes for Motivation

 

How To Beat Writer’s Block This site is full of software, tips, and articles for writers from the author of the Hal Spacejock series.

 

7 Can’t Miss Ways to Kick Start the Writing Habit

 

31 Ways to Find Inspiration for Your Writing

 

Random Writing Prompts

 

Language is a Virus

 

When I sat down to write this, I had writer’s block. Now, 45 minutes later, I’m working again and ready to pump out some words. I hope this blog post helps you in the same way it helped me.

 

 

 

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