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---- Writers' Block: Breaking Out With Ten Simple Ideas
grandpa - 12:26 am on Feb 7, 2007 (gmt 0)
Keep a journal or notebook. Use it and refer to it. I used to do this as a creative writer, and many times I could draw upon an idea or thought that wasn't 'lost forever' simply because I had that reference. During the week I jot ideas to bring up at staff meetings. Having trouble getting started? Read what someone else wrote. This can lead toward that sticky road of plagiarism, don't be tempted. Sometimes I can get inspired by good writing and possibly even 'discover' points I had not considered. It doesn't have to be right the first time. Most of the time I will write, re-write and then edit again. If you're lucky enough to have everything together before you start you might actually never need to edit a second time - I'm not that organized, even with notes. For me there is always room for improvement.
engine, while you identified the actual writing process, there are other things that could be useful to the process.
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