Some say it’s a myth, but whether or not that’s true, it’s no doubt something all writers face. You just can’t escape it. You sit back in your chair, chewing your pen and staring at your notebook with an expression that’s just as blank as the sheet in front of you. When you write something, your words seem bland and lack content, then you angrily edit, and in the process of editing, you conclude that your draft is just not right and – bam! – another crumpled paper ends up in the trash can.
Writer’s block is frustrating. It’s the bane of every writer and like every problem, to overcome it, you must first understand what causes it.
Usual causes of writer’s block.
The causes of writer’s block are too many to list but if I should narrow it down to one, it would be perfectionism. You want to…
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