How to avoid it or get rid of it
Tiffany T.J. Craig and Zoe A. Craig
Copyright 2012 Tiffany T.J. Craig and Zoe A. Craig
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Writers block has to be the most annoying affliction in the world. It makes you feel like you're hitting your head against a brick wall every time you try to write. But, how do you avoid it? Or, get rid of it once you've got it? I think I have finally found the answer.
Writers block, in my opinion, is caused by boredom. Remember back in high school, when you had a fifteen-page paper due and you couldn't think of a thing to write? That's because you were bored out of your mind! Writing is a creative process, which doesn't happen if the mind isn't engaged and interested. It's the same with writing a book, the daunting amount of work, complicated plots and characters can leave the brain utterly boggled and therefore not engaged, resulting in writers block. Unless, of course, you can find some way to avoid it.