Writer’s Block

Curious reader of my blog, this week I’ll be shamelessly republishing some of my best posts from last year. If you haven’t read them already, now is the time to make amends.

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Woman writing

You want to write but don’t know what to write next. You sigh and hang your head and begin to have doubts about your vocation. All of us who are trying to make friends with the pen and paper have experienced writer’s block at one time or another. But is it really a bad thing?

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The Urge to Write

Curious reader of my blog, this week I’ll be shamelessly republishing some of my best posts from last year. If you haven’t read them already, now is the time to make amends.

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Woman at Desk Painting

Do you often feel the urge to write but don’t know what to write about?

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The Perks of Being a Writer

Curious reader of my blog, this week I’ll be shamelessly republishing some of my best posts from last year. If you haven’t read them already, now is the right time to make amends.

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Man Writing

Being a writer, or trying to be one, can be frustrating at times.

Usually it’s because of the writing itself – either it’s not good enough or simply not the way you’d like it to be.

At other times it’s the editors or the publishers that give you trouble.

Sometimes it’s the low pay.

From time to time it’s writer’s block. (A fancy term for laziness, if you ask me.)

On some bad days it’s all of them combined, and that’s when you feel like burning your books and papers and breaking your pencil and becoming a business person.

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