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A Map to Get Out of Writer's Block

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If you're a writer, chances are you've experienced writer's block. The problem usually has to do with some intractable plot or character issue that feels like a rubik's cube with 7 different colors. Will it ever work or do you need to rethink the entire manuscript? Heaven forbid.

At this point, you're anxiously trying to remember all the different approaches to character or plot development. You know very well there's probably some creative solution to the problem. Unfortunately, if you're blocked, you usually can't remember any writing advice that could get the story flowing again.

That's why we created the map. It's all the advice you need to remember when you're blocked, with some interesting extras. We started calling it the Map to Get Out of Writer's Block.

Write on.

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