The one thing you can pretty much guarantee if you are a writer is that at one point or another you will be struck down with writer’s block.
That blank white page will stare you in the face and cruelly taunt you while you look on most likely frustrated.
Unfortunately, there is no magic pill to make it all go away (unless you happen to be Bradley Cooper in Limitless).
However, you can implement a few easy tricks and techniques into your daily schedule that will fix you right up and banish your writer’s block forever.
1. Implement a writing schedule
Did you know that author Graham Greene set himself a schedule of writing 500 words a day? No matter where he was in his work, even if it left him mid-sentence he would stop at 500.
His strict regimen saw him create every day and allowed him to…
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