I’m Not Perfect. I Just Don’t Face ‘Common’ Writing Roadblocks.


Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions blog with the topic, I’m Not Perfect. I Just Don’t Face ‘Common’ Writing Roadblocks

Meg Dowell Writes

As a writer, I’ve always sort of felt like I don’t exactly … belong.

I follow a few Facebook pages and groups and visit the NaNoWriMo forums every now and then. I read your comments. I see people asking about how to overcome writer’s block, what to do when you ‘can’t write,” how to handle feeling like you want to stop writing something and never go back to it.

I … don’t know what any of that feels like.

I don’t know what it’s like to have an idea but not know how to start writing it.

I don’t get a few pages into something and stop because I don’t know where to go next.

When I’m struggling to write something, I don’t just quit.

All these things — and more — have made it very hard for me to not only relate to other writers, but create relatable content…

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