BooksFeeling a loss of inspiration? Telling yourself your novel is hopeless? Writing feels boring or useless? Then you, my friend, have writer's block. Yes! Writer's block is real. It's not an excuse or a break. It's a real problem. So I've devised a couple cures to get those fingers moving again. I know at least will help you.
1. Keep writing! I know. It sound a bit counterintuitive. But sometimes the only way to get through is to push through! Get to the end of that book— after all, writing the ending is the most satisfying part. Then later on, while re-writing, you'll have a chance to make the middle a bit more interesting for readers.
2. Take a break. There may be no point in trying to write if you’re only going to get frustrated. When you're writing, the whole point is express yourself. If you have writer’s block then there’s no point in trying to push a story out . Walk away for a few days. Gather some new inspiration for your story. Try taking a hike or reading some other books. I know a good selection! Or trying doing something you love!
I hope this helped a few through their writer's block pains!
Until next time!