Writers Block Advice...Well crazy one's I do to get rid of it


Writers Block  Advice...Well crazy one's I do to get rid of it

Just some crazy idea's and they worked on writers block.

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Comment by Tracy Krauss on August 12, 2012 at 5:52pm

I find that having several projects on the go at one time keeps me inspired. I know that not everyone can do this, though. Going for a walk is also a good idea, or just 'leaving it' for a day or two. When you come back with fresh eyes you see things differently. My blog is http://www.tracykraussexpressionexpress.com

Comment by Diedre Callam on July 12, 2011 at 2:30pm

Hi everyone, 


My blog is bookblogette.blogspot.com.  You will find book reviews, writing tips, book industry news and even interactive activities.


Get your creative juices flowing again and head over there now to take part in the Finish the Story series by adding two sentences in the comments section. 




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