How Do You Deal With Writer’s Block?

A.) Slam your head against the wall until something comes through

B.) Get your shotgun and blow your computer to bits

C.) Give up writing altogether.

D.) All of the above

E.) Something not listed.

Share your comments below. Believe me, right now I need suggestions! 🙂


7 thoughts on “How Do You Deal With Writer’s Block?

  1. Yes, it is good. Thanks for asking, Mr. JP. As far as dealing with writer’s block, I am happy to say I have never had to experience it. It’s not that I am some kind of great one! Not at all. I am a prophet of King Jesus. He chose me and called me into his service to share His Word, the Bible. He tells me to write, and I write! He doesn’t run out of things to say, so I don’t either. I hope that helps. I’ll pray for you now. In Christ. The Bible Prophet.

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    1. I’m so glad that you’ve never had to experience it! When sharing the Word of God, I agree, there’s no difficulty there; the problem lies in taking the words of MAN and trying by it to point people to God’s Word. That’s the tough part. Since you mention the prophetic, let me share a website with you: http://branham.org/en/williambranham

      I personally think that this prophetic ministry truly reflects the biblical prophets of both old and new testaments. What do you think about it?

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  2. I go for a long run with my music on and that helps. Coffee always works for me, my mind starts working overtime after that. Maybe next time I’ll try banging my head on the wall or shooting my computer 🙂

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    1. Those are great ideas; I like the thought of running in particular! Only problem is that we’re in the middle of a blizzard. 🙂 I think the worst part is when you know WHAT you want to say but are stuck on HOW to say it in the best way. Right now I’m trying to create the perfect villain for my second novel, BrideTree and I just can’t seem to accurately depict the asymmetric aspects of his character.

      I think I’ll go for the coffee while I stare out at the snow and wait for inspiration to strike. Thanks Random! 🙂

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