Every writer experiences writer’s block. It is how you deal with it that really matters. Here are some reasons why you experience this block:
It might take a while for ideas to begin to form before the words come out so the time may not be right to start writing.
Sometimes, it feels like the idea you have may not be accepted and someone might criticize it. This fear is what makes most people eventually not bother writing at all.
If you’re looking to make sure you have everything right before you start to write, you may never touch a keyboard. You’re afraid your idea isn’t good enough and then you keep trying to make ideas up that never get penned down.
How do you deal with these issues and move forward with writing your book? Here are some steps you can start with to help you overcome: writer’s block.
- Go for a walk.
- Take away distractions.
- Play games.
- Have a change of environment like camping.
- Read a book.
- Listen to music.
- Read motivational quotes.
- Hang out with friends.
- Find your muse.
- Put ideas in bullet points.
Hopefully, all these will bring ideas that will flood your screen in no time to complete a wonderful book.