Have you ever sat down to work on a writing project in progress and realize you just … don’t want to?
And I’m not talking about the totally normal “wow it’s been a long day I would really much rather be horizontal on a couch watching Veronica Mars reruns than work on my book” feeling we all experience sometimes. I mean a total, full disinterest in a project you were once excited about.
It’s pretty safe to guess you’ve hit plenty of walls like this. It’s one of the most frustrating things that happens to writers at all levels. All of a sudden, it seems, you just don’t want to keep moving forward.
And if this has happened to you more than once, you may have wondered — might still be wondering, especially if you’ve stumbled upon this blog post — if there’s something you did wrong. Something you did…
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