If you’re a blogger than you know how it feels when you lose your imagination, when nothing seems to inspire you, when words are not multicolored anymore but just black and white… There’s no need to panic for the reason that every writer for at least once in his lifetime felt like his muse left him for good. Fortunately, that’s not a problem at all! Inspiration, muses and the other things like that come back especially when you’ve got fast Internet connection and useful tips to follow.
Remember Bono singing with soulful patience “You have got to get yourself together…”? That’s right! First thing to is to calm down and believe in your success! The second step is to read this article till the very end. As easy as pie, don’t you think?
These easy ways to beat writing block will definitely relieve your writing process and help you get out of the moment you’ve got stuck in!
Ok, you’re stuck in the middle of writing crisis. Instead of staring at the blank page or writing it in an ordinary way, brainstorm a huge list of questions your audience is most likely to ponder over. Then provide answers for these questions. All you’ll have to do at the end is to bring in some slight corrections and boom! “Real” report is right there!
It’s an old trick that lies in the fact that you should pretend you’re writing an email to your pal. But don’t forget about verisimilitude! In order to create an illusion of real mail writing process, type the text in the body of the email. Then just copy-paste everything you’ve written.
Do you know what helped Joanne "Jo" Rowling to accomplish Harry Potter saga? She was constantly changing her setting. When you have to work at the same room day by day, it’s no wonder your inspiration simply evaporates! Move to some other location. Try a local café or just the kitchen table!
Find out what time you can work in the most productive way at. Some people are morning larks and they feel OK to work at 5 am or even earlier while the rest claims they’re night owls and their most productive time for writing is in the middle of a night. Listen to your inner voice in order to identify your productive hours.
Imagine you’ve phoned your pal and your conversation started with words “Know what?” Then your task is to explain the main elements of the topic you’re writing on. What makes this method so special is that you’re telling a story and this way you’ll find out whether your prose is flowing smoothly in a natural progression.
And don’t forget to reward yourself – make small presents for serious pieces of writing you go through!