More than two dozen ways to break through writer’s block and get words on paper — now
No writer ever lived who didn’t at some time have trouble getting started. Charles Dickens, for example, used to stare for hours at blank pages, afraid that if he left his desk he would never return.
Stalling out seems to be more a part of writing than … well … writing itself. But writing efficiently has never been more important. You’re doing the work of your colleague who was laid off last month and your own work. You don’t have the resources to hire more people or get freelance help. And still, you’re being pressured to produce more, more, more.
In these days of doing more with less, you must be able to get words on paper efficiently. That means you must be able to overcome writer’s block.
Not to mention the fact that we’d all like to not work every now and then. Get an hour’s worth of real writing done, and that’s an hour you don’t have to spend in the office over the weekend.
There’s an economic reason for getting a grip on writer’s block, as well. If you own a writing business, every second you sit staring at a blank screen is one more second you’re not getting paid. Even if you’re more conventionally employed, raises, promotions and honors go to the people who produce.
Now there’s help. In this handbook, you’ll learn:
- More than 24 tactics for jump-starting your writing
- A five-step creative process you can use to reduce writer’s block and end procrastination
- How to set the scene for more efficient, effective writing periods
- Tips for avoiding distractions and interruptions
- Techniques for getting unstuck
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