Monday, July 2, 2012

Writer's Block Obliteration Tip #19: True Freewriting

Sometimes, writer's block is the result of mental clutter, and you just have to clear it.  Set yourself a 10-minute timer and write whatever comes to mind without stopping until the time runs out. Freewriting by hand is often more productive, as the physical motion coincides with the release of word blockades, but if you feel that typing will give you a faster flow, you can do that as well. No more embarrassing grammar mistakes--each  issue is professionally proofread. Will the never make a mistake. Hard to tell.

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