From time to time I lose my motivation to write. When I attend the writers group meetings, I gain inspiration that helps me to find new content. Not only is attending writers group meetings a way to help cure writer’s block, but you are able to discuss the problem with other writers. You’d be surprised at how many good writers have had to overcome writer’s block. You are likely to benefit from listening to the techniques they may have used to jump-start their writing efforts.
There are also books that contain helpful hints for starting writing projects. I recently purchased 62 Blog Posts to Overcome Blogger’s Block, written by Marcie Hill. This book has helped me to get started on writing projects that I had pushed aside. For me, Marcie’s book provided the “kick” I needed to start reviewing those drafts. I was motivated to polish up content that I can now use for my blog, for Open Mic presentations, or to create inspirational posters. Even published authors can benefit from the material covered in 62 Blog Posts to Overcome Blogger’s Block.
If you are in a writing slump, try writing about what may have attributed to your writer’s block. The thought process will help you to move forward. You can then share your experience with other writers who may need inspiration.
Writing is a platform from which you can reach people, and inspire positive change. We are all connected by words–use yours creatively to uplift the world.
Unblock your creativity!
The book I mentioned is an excellent tool for writers. For more information, visit marciehill.com.
62 Blog Posts to Overcome Blogger’s Block, by Marcie Hill