Big Brother must know I am a writer. My feeds are full of articles with writing tips, do’s and don’t’s, and cultivating a daily habit if you want to succeed. And boy, do I eat these up. My goal each day is to add words to my book and create new content, but once in awhile that doesn’t happen. I’m completely on board with this notion to form a routine, but what happens when you draw a blank?
There are days when I write over 2500 words for my manuscript and put together a piece or two of nonfiction. That’s when the muse is flowing, but other days I sit in front of my computer and stare.
Sometimes, there are literally, no words. Not even enough to come up with crap. Nothing.
The answer to this is simple.