How to Conquer Writer’s Block: Tip 48
Here is a wonderful, intuitive, comforting tip from Rhonda Hayter, author of THE WITCHY WORRIES OF ABBIE ADAMS. Thanks, Rhonda!
“When my characters get obstinant, stick out their bottom lips and refuse to say another word, I tend to go back and reread some of the chapters where we still enjoyed each other’s company. There are no expectations on us there, you see, so we’re free to get to know each other again, fall back in love, and renew our commitment. When we return to the stuck place, it can be a little awkward at first, so somebody has to say something…just anything, to get the conversation started again. But it isn’t long before the hurt feelings get forgotten, ruffled feathers are smoothed and we all start yakking away.”
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