6 Suggestions for Overcoming Writer's Block6 Suggestions for Overcoming Writer's Block or Lack of InspirationMore Like This
A writer writes, always. But sometimes there is simply no motivation—our muse simply does not motivate us like it normally does, and we have to think of ways to cope with the situation so that our writing does not depend on fleeting emotions or feelings. Here are my top suggestions for overcoming “writer's block” and for continuing writing no matter what.
Suggestion 1: Remind yourself that writer's block does not exist.
Except for as an excuse not to write, writer's block does not exist. No matter how uninspired you feel, you can always put words on the page. And since writing a story is mostly in the later drafts anyways, you can always just write your way through a boring part and make it inspired later in the process. Just get words on the page, and move the story forward.
Suggestion 2: Write something else.
If the lack of inspiration is so bad as to be unbearable (as mine is right now, I've gotten