Monday, March 18, 2013
OVER COMING WRITER'S BLOCK TIPS
A side from getting published the toughest thing a writer can face is the inability to transfer the idea that's been floating around in your head out and on to the paper or screen.
You know what I'm talking about, that's right, the dreaded writer's block. There isn't anything worse than staring at the screen and you got nothing, it's pretty horrible.
Everyone seems to have their own opinion on how to beat it. Some think the best way is to sit there until something comes, I call it the grind it out method. That may work for some but it doesn't work for me.
I think the creative process is fluid, so sitting there clinched with then an inch of my life isn't likely to get me writing, but if it works for you good deal.
Below I've listed and linked to some writers block software. It's free and if you would rather not try to grind it out I invite you to try them and tell me what you think.
Have a good one, and write on.
1. Writers Block
2. Writers Block 1.0
Check them out they are free for now, tell me what you think.