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Space and Writers Block

I have been sick and a little hesitate to share my ideas the last week. I thought if I could accomplish a big milestone on my second edit, I could resume blogging – I accomplished.

I got stuck on one of my characters plot point. In the draft, I started the chapter in a place that had no leading or following up. My writers block began when trying to figure out where and when to start the chapter to lead to that specific plot point.

I had a huge WRITERS BLOCK.

I changed it multiple times, all did not make sense. I left it for the night but I continued with another characters arc.

The next day I returned with a fresh mind and the scene poured out naturally onto the page.

I wrote a post on Ways to Unblock Writer’s Block ,which has some interesting ways to overcome it but sometimes walking away from it or moving onto another project will suffice.

What do you do if you feel the block?

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