‘The advice I often give myself when feeling blocked, is just to carry on writing. Squeeze it out. Even if it feels like horrible nonsense. Keep the momentum going and all will turn good again further down the road.’
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Susan Elliot Wright suspected that writer’s block was a myth, until she experienced it. Here she delves into the reasons behind this common problem and explains how she broke her own creative deadlock.