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‘At night, I meditate on the problem. I ask myself, what is the problem? Am I stuck because I have run out of ideas?’
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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.
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