Top 10: Writer's Slump Describing ordinary, uneventful events
By Char Milbrett
I was reading a blog where the writer was telling how he combated periods of writing slump. His method? Staring blankly out a window with his jaw hanging open. That struck me as sort of comical, in a dry sort of way. And it really appealed to my sense of adventure. So, later, I tried a variation of this. I sat. Outside, by my garage door, in a folding chair. I was patient. I sat there. I gave it some time, probably a good hour. It seemed to produce a lot of thoughts. One of my dogs came and tried to get me to pet him, the other brought me a frisbee to toss, the third just stood near and wagged her tail.
Do I feel like a new writer? Hmmm. Well, I must, because here I am describing my experience to you.
So, as I feel thus inspired, here are this month's top 10 resources to get you inspired, too.
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