Every writer from Aristotle to Shakespeare to Mark Twain has encountered the terror of the blank page from time to time. A few — like Twain — have offered some advice.
September 3, at 3: Words just keep coming. The peril is that I slide off topic and just keep plunging ahead. Happens every time I want to make an editorial submission.
Always turns out to be more about me and less about the topic. November 23, at That sounds difficult, because everything seems essential, but maybe take a break from writing for a day and then go back and read your stuff with a refreshed mind. Or set an alarm for every 5 minutes reminding you to stay on topic.
One of my problems is run on sentences. Go ahead and write your run-on sentences. Then go back and make a completely new and shorter sentence after each comma. When you break up a long sentence like this, the proper place to begin and end will become obvious. October 5, at 1: Eventually one of your starts will jell and start to make sense.
I counseled my school boy son, when faced with an unstarted term paper, to start writing in the middle. The beginning and end will evolve.
Send your idea to critic friends and see if they have a reaction to help you frame your idea in readable form. October 20, at 6: How can they get them in a creative way that adds interest to the story? Where and from who will they get this information?
How will they get to where they need to be? What happens when they arrive there? October 27, at 8: Everything takes longer than you expect.
But make sure you stick to your topic. December 9, at 1: November 8, at 5: How can I stop it so I can feel connected with characters?
What would you do in their situations? How would you address a problem? Then, if these characters have similar decision making habits that you have, go off of that. November 23, at 6:Writers Block Productions, Inc.
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