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Got COVID Writer’s Block? Get your Creativity Back with the Wisdom of the Five Elements by Marie Bowser
Have you been thinking “Wow! With the shelter-in-place I have all this extra time on my hands, now is my chance to pound out a work of creative genius!”? But then, when you sit down to the computer you’re feeling creatively stuck? Look to the Five Elements for help.
Writing is hard work. Don t laugh. Writers may not move mountains, literally, but we often do so with our minds. To be a successful writer, you need to write. To write, you need...
In my weekly live #askaWritingCoach chat this week, I shared about Fear, Perfectionism, and Writer’s Block, and answered questions. I offered up two digital gifts this week — Gargoyle: Three Enchanting Romance Novellas and...
In January I started a new series project. This time I did it right. During my writing career I’ve morphed from a complete pantser (one who dives in with no set plan) to an assisted pantser (one who must have significant sign posts to complete the story journey safely). With my first series, The Kyn Kronicles,
Why do we let failure identify us? Why do we not realize that adversity, burdens, writer’s block, etc. are just isolated events from which we can recover? Sometimes we let failure define who we are, making us believe we’re actually … A failure!
Please welcome guest columnist Vangile Makwakwa to Writer’s Fun Zone! Today Vangile discusses how to overcome writer’s block and fear of rejection. Enjoy! *** Fear of rejection is one of the biggest blocks to...
Here are some tips to help break down that seemingly permanent wall that many writers sometimes find themselves faced with, a.k.a. the ‘writers block’.
Many authors think that writer’s block is impossible to overcome, when the reality is that there are simple steps to take to overcome writer’s block.
In this video, Ezra reveals how to overcome the most common points that stop the author in her tracks and how the author can keep on writing his work.
Apply the number 4 to your story. Which of your characters has these traits? What aspect of your story structure could be enhanced by using elements of the number 4? What part of your writing life could you a dose of the number 4?