by Shelley Widhalm
Writing can be a struggle for writers of all levels, from beginning to professional.
The struggle has a dreaded name: writer’s block.
Writer’s block refers to not being able to write while facing the blank page or the middle of a project. It can be a matter of losing the inspiration or motivation to write, or not having the time and space.
Maybe the writer wants to write but does not know what to say or how to say it. Or the writer does not have anything new to think about or ways to describe things.
Or, could it be a matter of the writer not knowing where to go next?
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