Breaking Out Of Writer's Block
By Apryl Duncan
You stare at the blank page. The white of the page embeds itself in your brain, resulting in your mind going blank.
Breaking out of the block doesn't have to be a mind-boggling challenge, though. Explore the causes and the cure and you'll be writing again in no time.
If you've decided that you're going to write from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. every single day - no matter what - then you're probably pushing yourself too hard.
Your writing will become dull and drab. The natural flow you once knew will temporarily escape to Writer's Block Island with the rest of your writing talents.
We all know how stress can affect your mood. But stress can also affect your writing.
For instance, say all you wanted to do was come home from