On my blog I’ve had several posts relaying my personal writing tips. Magic systems, point-of-view transitions, and more have been covered. However, one topic I have not covered is dealing with writer’s block. Writer’s block is a very popular topic of discussion, as numerous writers have reported just simply hitting a wall being unable to write. Now of course, there is actually debate about whether this is a thing or not, as numerous people claim it’s a falsehood to cover-up laziness or lack of skill. I am not here to weigh in completely on that debate, though.
Instead, regardless of what you want to call it, I want to relay my personal tips for when you’re struggling on ideas of what to write. These can generally be applied whether you’re writing non-fiction (like updating a blog regularly) or want to write fictional stories. The dreaded writer’s block can strike at any time or moment, but with these tips, hopefully you can lessen the time you spend flailing around waiting for an epiphany.