A Little Help for Writer's Block

Whether you're new to writing or you've been at it for decades, it is likely that at some point or another you'll hit a dry spell. Some call it writer's block, some say there's no such thing, but few people are lucky enough to have their muse at their beck and call 24/7/365.

I happened to find these two tips to help us out when our muses hide (or take an extended vacation as mine seems to do). The first is a video and it comes from Mike's Writing Workshop.
The second is an approach I don't think I've ever seen before from Seth Simonds

How about you? What are your favorite tips to coax the words from your head an onto the page where they're supposed to be?

Good Writing & God Bless,
Cheryl Pickett

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