Maybe, I can help.
As a book coach, all too often, I encounter writers who struggle to put words on the page. Writing a book and sharing your story can be scary.
Writing can be a lonely pursuit. You’re in a room by yourself, it’s quiet, and then the writing editor pops its head up and the muse is gone. Packed up and left town. You’re afraid she’ll never come back.
There’s many cute ways to bring the muse back, but let’s explore the reason you’re stuck?
What is Writer’s Block?
Writer’s block is your unconscious telling you that something is out of adjustment. And there’s nothing passive about it. Think of a two-year old throwing a temper tantrum, crying, stomping their feet, or screaming at the top of their lungs.
Powerful, isn’t it? But scary! They can’t verbally express what they want.
What are you trying to express in your writing?
If you’re struggling to write, let’s get you back to it.
Where are you stuck?
Here’s some actions you can take to talk to me.
- Leave a comment about your writing block.
- Fill out my comment form on the home page.
I will respond shortly.