In every blogger’s/writer’s life, there always comes a situation where he or she runs out of ideas and words for their next piece of article. It feels like a road end wherein the writing journey stops. This is known as “writer’s block”.
There are many ways to overcome writer’s block, but it varies from one person to another on the types of writers’ block they are facing. Like in my case, I sometimes get stuck in writing the 1st paragraph or a good start.
So today let us try to know what exactly is writer’s block and how to overcome them from the following infographics:
This infographic describes the proper definition of “writer’s block” by pros and few tips to overcome them. It also includes a list of movies made with respect to this subject.
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oh my god! this is stunning! Thanks for doing this! I think this is by far my most favorite entry!
Thanks for dropping here Ria
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Hi, Sunil. Thanks for sharing this aggregation of infographics!
For me, it usually isn’t writer’s block—It’s lack of time. But I can see how it could be a problem for someone whose work it is to write day after day!
Your third mom, Terri
I am very much glad to see you here Well sometimes due to lack of time also we tend to forget our ideas for our upcoming posts, so I always stick with a notepad and write down immediately when ideas pops-out
Thanks once again for commenting
Thanks for the kind words Which Infographic did you like the most??
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