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Dealing With The Writers’ Block

As confessed in my previous post, I have been and am still stuck with the writers’ block. I have been researching the net (read: googling — they should add this word to the official English dictionary now, don’t you think?) for ways to deal with my writers’ block. As always, Google has proved to be a helpful friend.

Here’s a list of some ways I’ve found, that I think I could try to shake off my writers’ block:

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The Dreaded Writers’ Block!

So I have been stuck with the dreaded “writers’ block”!

(But you already know that, don’t you? I mean, you don’t exactly need a PhD to figure that out! I haven’t published a single post in over 4 months!)

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Open Books

There are people on Facebook who share every little detail about their lives openly with others in their “friend list” and, sometimes, even with public. What they ate, what they bought, where they went, what they did, what their sweetheart did… every little thing.

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Idiosyncrasies In Life

Why doesn’t Tarzan have a beard when he lives in the jungle without a razor?

Why do we press harder on a remote control when we know the batteries are flat?

Why do banks charge a fee on ‘insufficient funds’ when they know there is not enough?

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Message For the “Copycats”

I have never figured out why some people copy other people’s literary/creative works and try to pass them off as their own ideas/creations!

I have seen poetry published on some blogs that’s been directly lifted off some other blogs or poetry websites.

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My Writing Process

LOL! As simple as that! 😀



Have you heard people use the phrase “long & tiring day at work”? I have. Thousands of times. And I could never understand the “tiring” bit in that phrase.

Why is work tiring for them?

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