- No author likes to experience it.
- Every author wants to avoid it.
Writer’s block is defined as a condition where an author loses the ability to produce new work or experiences a creative slowdown.
To avoid this paralyzing experience, watch this video on 29 Ways to Stay Creative.
Write Up, Speak Up, and Change the World
Are You Lacking Motivation?
Do You Have This Habit?
Don’t miss out on any of the great information shared in this blog. Subscribe to receive each post in your email box. Just click here.
Are you looking for a great gift for a writer in your life?
Check out the Writer’s Clock. This clock, designed by award-winning author Linda Rohrbough, is sure to delight the writer in your life and keep him or her writing.
Available in three color, this clock only costs $24.95 with free shipping on Linda’s website.
Do you have difficulty carving out the time to write? Maybe you want to write your next book, but have been too busy marketing your current one. Maybe you want to post regularly on your company publishing blog, but every time you go to write, something more urgent comes up.
Carving out time to write is difficult, especially if writing is not your main livelihood. If you are a chronic procrastinator or if you easily get distracted by more pressing issues when you sit down to write, there is help for you.
One website, 750Words.com, was developed just for you. On 750Word users are encouraged to write 750 words each day. The website tracks the word count for you. Your writings are kept private unless you want others to view them, and best of all, it’s free to use.
Of course, to use 750Words.com, you do have to make the time in your schedule. However, even if you chose to use the site a couple times a week and write 750 words each time, you may end up doing more writing than you currently are.
Head on over to 750Words.com today and start writing!