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Ever had writer's block before? I'm sure You don't only need to use the prompts for writing blogs, as it helps with creative writing as well.
Table of contents
- How to Outsmart Writer’s Block with Neuroscience
- 1. Free-Write
- The tactical shield of productivity
- How to Overcome Writer's Block: 14 Tricks That Work
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Writers Block is every writers dread and fear. What happens when you are stuck. Either a story that won't write itself, new ideas just won't come, or you are just plain frustrated because you know this is not anywhere near your "best work.
How to Outsmart Writer’s Block with Neuroscience
It delves into the nature of creativity, how it works, etc. It looks at There are 2 must-reads for authors and publishers. As a result- it helps to think of creativity as a vibrant child.. Creativity cannot and should not be forced, or it shuts down. Anyone who works in the creative mediums will benefit from understanding these concepts. View 1 comment.
I find this a very insightful and constructive book about writer's block, even if it leans heavily on Freudian concepts. The author has been very direct with the major points she made, particularly the need to maintain a healthy balance between the creative child and one's often authoritarian self. Feb 15, Tara rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: artists, creators of any kind. Shelves: writing. I love you, Nelson.
The tactical shield of productivity
I've always been curious about the psychological aspects of the creative person -- and the balance between spontaneous play and skill. Nelson has a lot of interesting things to say not just for writers but all artists, I think. A quick read. Mar 08, Landmanr rated it liked it. Turns out I had reader's block. I only made it halfway through. This book … oh this blessed, glorious book … is a treasure! It is deep and it is wise. You will want to read and re-read it to glean the layers of understanding that are possible. Victoria Nelson will encourage you to set a place at your writerl This book … oh this blessed, glorious book … is a treasure!
Victoria Nelson will encourage you to set a place at your writerly desk for all the aspects of yourself. This is her tome for the soul of a writer. I know I sure am! This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I was given this book by a friend who was concerned that I hadn't been writing much since publishing my first book.
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I must say, it hit the nail on the head for why I am not writing as much as I could. The author speaks of typewriters, so I dove over to the publication date and well, it is slightly dated, having a copyright of ! It still has much useful info and I'll be keeping it on my "tools shelf". Recommend for every creator to read at some point. Jun 20, Laura rated it it was ok Shelves: adult , did-not-finish , read , review-on-blog. The reason I checked this book out of the library is because I was searching for something else with a similar title and they didn't have it, but this one showed up.
It looked interesting, so I decided to give it a shot. I only got through 2 chapters, and it was very hard to make myself read further then the preface. I can't quite put my finger on what is so uninteresting about this book, but I could not get through it.
How to Overcome Writer's Block: 14 Tricks That Work
The author talked about how our creativeness was like an inner child and I t The reason I checked this book out of the library is because I was searching for something else with a similar title and they didn't have it, but this one showed up. The author talked about how our creativeness was like an inner child and I thought that maybe she was just going to use that as a short metaphor, but she kept using it on and on.
I didn't get anything out of this book, I don't know if it was because it wasn't modern enough or because the auther wrote it in such a way that I found hard to understand. Don't bother trying to read this book. Jul 21, Nickky Faustine de Guzman rated it really liked it. Also, it reiterates the need to write, whatever, no matter how senseless, gibberish, grammatically incorrect, just let the ideas flow, and edit later. Edit it twice, thrice, re-read it, let your friend or your inner-critique trim down the excess fat of that piece of writing.
Nelson has some good points, but "direct and to-the-point" her style is not; denser than it need have been. Jan 13, Maureen rated it liked it Shelves: writing. Gave my copy away. I did not find this book helpful. An insightful read. Dec 20, Sarah rated it really liked it Shelves: , nonfiction. Not only is this good writing advice, it's good life advice. Oct 30, Andy Ehrensberger rated it it was amazing. Essential for anybody in a creative profession.
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