Writers’ block is a block of cement sitting on your typing fingers, weighing heavy on your empty brain. Here I am, once again, with advice. There will be snark.
A new year is almost upon us and people are frantically making resolutions. Not me. Never have, never will.
Here’s why resolutions, in my humble opinion, suck.
It’s that time of year this writer hopes her extensive Christmas list will be fulfilled by Santa or anyone really. Pretty please?
Baking and writing both begin from nothing and result in a hopefully finished product. Both are often the result of chocolate. At least they are in my house.
Now I’m becoming an old git, I’m focusing more on what I’ve learnt but also what’s to come. What follows are the things I’ve learnt in the past year. Happy birthday to me.
Just like any skilled *coughs* worker, writers need a toolkit. Always have your trusty tools alongside you. Here is a possibly useless list of what every writer should have in their toolkit.
Writing blips; the pesky times when we can’t write, don’t want to or can’t. If this guide doesn’t get you through, at least you had a distraction.
Are you sure you want to stop a writer from writing? It’s dangerous territory. Okay, here’s the ultimate list for how to stop them in their writing tracks.