“Woman to a friend over lunch: ‘I got married once — to avoid writing.’”
— Victoria Roberts, cartoonist, in a New Yorker cartoon
Every writer struggles with times when you’d rather be reading a book than writing one — or heading to the coffee shop instead of the office.
Stalling out seems to be more a part of writing than … well … writing itself. But writing efficiently has never been more important.
In these days of doing more, more, more, you must be able to get words on paper efficiently. That means you must be able to overcome writer’s block.
Plus: 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.
So how can you put words on paper when you can’t think of what to write? In this handbook, you’ll learn:
- 24 ways to jump-start 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
- Creative writing approaches for filling a blank page
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