The High Existence Blog offers great resources for creators. Click on the link below to read the post. It will help you get going and keep working.
Here’s a great post from The Write Practice blog to help relight your writing pilot light, especially if you are a professional with deadlines.
Here’s some great advice about overcoming fear and rediscovering the joy of writing.
If you are working on a novel for children as I am, NaNo WriMo might not exactly fit your needs. This one is especially timely for me. I will be coming off a month of writing a picture book draft a day in February. (Okay, well, one a day sometimes and five in a day to catch up. Did I say they were good? Um, no, at least not at this point.)
March will be different. I want to finish a novel I have been working on for years and this challenge is perfect. Finishing it should just take a couple of weeks. I am very close. That will give me some time for edits I have marked. I know I shouldn’t do this, but I have been editing as I go, so when I finish at the end of March , I hope it will be ready to go. I plan to refine my pitch at an SCBWI regional mini-workshop. I am saying this now to commit myself to it.
If you want to finish or draft a book, click below. What do you have to lose? I have met some amazing people through these challenges.
If writer’s block is a problem, here are some suggestions to get your work flowing again.
If you need to get unstuck in the middle of writing November, here’s some simple, but effective advice.
Sometimes each of us slams up against a writing wall. Then, the house needs to be cleaned. Office supply shopping sounds like great fun, and a ten mile hike in the rain is irresistible. Click on the link for some great ways to get back on track.
In this post Nomad War Machine (love it) quotes a poem by Sir Philip Sidney about writer’s block. Can you believe they had it back in the 16th century? The last line is the keeper, of course, “look into thy heart and write,” but right now “sunburned brain” resonates as much.