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There isn’t a way to get rid of writer’s block; it’s just something we all deal with. Here are some things you can try to deal with it, though:
1. Freewrite. If you don’t know what freewriting is, it’s writing without inhibitions, just putting down anything and everything that comes to you on paper or at the computer. Set a timer for at least five minutes and then write about anything you can think of to do with your story. If you can’t think of anything, don’t stop; just write “I don’t know what to write now” until something comes to you. Don’t worry about grammar or punctuation, and don’t go back to edit. This can help you get past your “inner editor,” your perfectionism, which is often the cause of writer’s block.
Make a routine of freewriting at least five minutes every day and before you start working on your story. You don’t have to freewrite about your story; you can write about anything that’s on your mind. If you have a really good idea keep going with it until you feel like you’ve gotten down everything important. Don’t worry if you keep getting more ideas and you can’t get them all down. The way our brains work, we are following lots of different idea threads at once and articulating them all is a big challenge, if not impossible!
If you feel comfortable with freewriting after a while, try to do it for longer periods of time, such as ten minutes, 15 minutes, or 20 minutes. Sometimes five minutes is not enough time to break through the barrier that stops you from getting your ideas out. My creative writing teacher says that in any discipline (writing, sports, etc.) you reach a point where you’re past you’re inhibitions and everything flows. He had us freewrite for 20 minutes, and when we finally stopped, I still hadn’t gotten everything I wanted to say down. Don’t worry if this doesn’t happen every time. Sometimes you will have off days. But when it does happen, for a little while you are completely free.
2. Try writing a part of your story from a different point of view. If you are getting stuck, it may be because you cannot connect with your character. If you’ve been writing in third person, try writing in first person, and vice versa. Try telling it from a different character’s point of view.
3. Have a conversation with one of your characters or just talk about something the way you think they would. This can help you get inside their heads in a new way.
4. Tell your story to a friend or as if you were telling it to a friend. If you do this on your own, either write it down or record yourself talking. You can tell the story colloquially, in your own language, and feel free to skip parts. You can say things such as “Then they get in a fight and there’s this symbolism about a rose” and then move on. Talk about anything you find important. If you find yourself slipping into the real narrative of it, great. Don’t stop. Don’t check yourself. While telling your story to a friend can be great if you need feedback, doing it on your own can be better, because you’re not as afraid of what someone will think of it whether or not it will work out how you want it to.
The biggest thing I would say is: Don’t worry about it being perfect. Don’t worry about it going how you intend. I once wrote a story where the only thing I knew was how it would end. Then I wrote the rest of the story, and I realized that the ending would be completely different. The original ending never made it into the story. Don’t worry about things like this. Ideas are constantly changing, and sometimes you have to go where they take you. Write from your heart, but don’t worry about every word in the first draft. Just let it pour out.
Good luck! I really hope this helps!
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Maybe some kind of bug bite…spider or something. but i have no clue. if possible maybe you should get it looked at by a professional.
Writers’ block is nothing more than a false idea that exists in the mind, more or less a fear of not writing up to ones own expectations. Feel free to break down the wall and open the treasure chest of stories and words, do not fear to write. Your goal as a writer is to give a gift to yourself, and that opens up countless doors in the mind. I have never had writers block, it is important to open the door and create characters and breathe to life the essence of a powerful story than to worry about whether ones writing is dull or lacking in some grammatical way. The mind the powerhouse of all human creativity, and there are times when we are unquestionably incapable of creating, those are the times to think. Take a walk or shut your eyes and listen to the sounds around you, perhaps those sounds will give you some insight into the inner workings of your own thought process, although you may feel liberated and free from the imaginary prison from which you think exists. Writers block is a complete joke, and always remember, the act of writing is the most challenging aspect of writing. Writers talk all day about writing the great American novel, it doesn’t matter anymore. Write, write, write. If for anything else, write for yourself.
If your blog allows you to send a post to any email address, you can use the group email address found at the bottom of your group’s homepage.
Your group email address will be the name of your group (the official name that is in the URL), followed by @yahoogroups.com
So, for example, if your group was Yahoo’s Moderator Central, the official name of Moderator Central is “moderatorcentral” this means that your email would be email@example.com
If your group is under moderation, you’ll still have to approve your post, but it should make things a bit easier!
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