January 24, 2011

Still Blocked? I Have More!

Like I said, there's a LOT out there about writer's block. These posts address some common issues related to writer's block or they analyze the process.

Beth Revis addresses the age-old, impossible-to-really answer question: Where Do You Get Your Inspiration? Maybe her answers can help you.

Stuck In the Middle: the Novel Doctor is one of my favorite bloggers. He posted about that ever-present hump that seems to pop up around 40,000 words with every. Single. Book.

Joanna Penn's blog is also in my top 5 favorite writing blogs. Ask Your Inner Voice: How to Call on Your Muse Just When You Need Her. This post is thorough and organized.

1 comment:

Margo Berendsen said...

Great articles - I loved that one about calling on the muse when you need it. How have I not found that writing website yet?

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