How to End Writer’s Block
A low point of memoir writing could often be labeled “writer’s block” Like all long term projects (think raising a family or starting a business or going to college), writing a memoir will have its high points and its low ones. The high points are not difficult to negotiate. They take care of themselves. But, the low periods are challenging. What to do when you are tired of the project and ready for it to be all finished and you are far from finished?
Here are some brainstorming ideas to end writer’s block. I have to list them one after the other but this order is not necessarily my implication of importance. It’s just the numerical order imposes itself. This is not a ranking. [Free Membership required to read more. See below. ]
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