Tips For When Inspiration Isn’t Striking

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Here is a post from an excellent writer Michelle about working through writer’s block.

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I find it ironic that I’m writing this blog post at a time when I’m having severe writer’s block. But maybe this is what I need and what some of you might need as well. It’s hard to write when you don’t know what to write about. It’s hard to write when your imaginary friends have decided to go on vacation and didn’t give you any warning. And it’s hard to write in emotional times (although you would think those would be the easiest times to write, they aren’t).

So to try and get my inspiration back, that’s what this post is for! Plus I thought it would be helpful for anyone else who isn’t feeling inspired as of late. So here are some tips to help us get our inspiration back!

1. Writing prompts: Not going to lie, I’m not the biggest fan of writing prompts. Some writing prompts…

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7 thoughts on “Tips For When Inspiration Isn’t Striking

  1. I wouldn’t call it writer’s block these days but perhaps some direction for what I would really like to communicate. Discovering a poet I haven’t read before usually sends me where I need to be but if necessary, I can haul out the big guns such as Langston Hughes, a Shakespeare sonnet, Baudelaire…

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