Wednesday 17 July 2013

The Artist Unleashed: HOW TO OVERCOME WRITER'S BLOCK, by Chris Miller

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  1. Good suggestions, Chris. I've never really had writer's block. I might search for an idea to start with, but I've never called it writer's block.

  2. All very good suggestions, as I have experienced laboring 3-5 hours on a blog post before I have it "just right".

  3. All the tips are good, Thanks for sharing with us Chris. But the problem with me is sometimes my mind is totally blank, Not a single word is come to my mind What should I do. Please give any advice.



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