Writing Snippets Classic Podcast: Writer’s Block

Feeling burned out from NaNoWriMo and/or the holidays? Check out this classic podcast (the 4th we ever posted) on writer’s block and how to overcome it.

Happy Holidays from everyone at Writing Snippets!

(Today is the last day to enter the drawing to win a picture book by Ginger Churchill. Go drop a comment under one of her interviews to enter. The winner will be announced on the 26th.)

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2 responses to “Writing Snippets Classic Podcast: Writer’s Block

  • Chas Hathaway

    I get a lot of marketing done when I don’t feel like writing. I think our brains demand a certain level of balance, and when we try to push one side too much, it pushes back a bit. Over time, our brains adapt, so that four hours of nonstop writing is fine–but it does take time for our minds to adapt.

    When my brain is playing the “I REALLY don’t want to be doing this” game, I work on those things that I know I have to do but normally don’t want to. I SEO my website, do a little social networking (mind you, a little, not a lot), do market and publishing research, query, or revise a different WIP. I think the trick is to always be doing something to further your writing career. The more you can accomplish when you don’t feel like writing, the more you can write when you really feel like it.

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