Writing Inspiration #13

What do you think is Writer’s Block? Despite a most refreshing and engaging debate, we still have our doubts around it being real or not. I published an article recently voicing out the thoughts of some genius minds. In this article, we dissected what Writer’s Block is and the best ways to tackle it.

But it’s a Monday, so let’s kill the blues by having a hearty chuckle with Steve Martin’s quote on writer’s block. Here:


Do share your thoughts on the topic. I love to talk things and have fresher views. πŸ˜›

Experiencing a writing block? Visit @badbookthief on Instagram for writing inspiration.

Happy writing till we meet next.

Until then, carpe diem!Β πŸ™‚


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27 Replies to “Writing Inspiration #13”

  1. Creativity and ideas should come to you naturally. When I experience a lack of this, it is either because I am not connected to the deeper emotion or not willing to express. I therefore listen to my mind and do not attempt to force it out.



      1. Yh, can’t remember ever not having something to write about… I’m pretty introverted so I write a whole lot I have lots of unfinished pieces. So if I feel like writing, I’ll always just work on one of those. There are days when I want to write on something in particular and then change my mind and do something else, that’s probably the closest I’ve been to the block… but I’ve never not been able to write…


β€œI love writing. I love the swirl and swing of words as they tangle with human emotions.” ― James A. Michener

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