The Wryters' Block

Shaping, Designing, Sculpting Words



No one ever said writing was easy.

I’ve written the lightning draft of a novel. I know what I need to do – reread, edit, cut, revise . . ., but my fingers refuse to work, and I swear, my brain is not cooperating.

How do you overcome the hardest part of writing for you?


July 28, 2013 - Posted by | Writing | , , , ,


  1. Hardest part for me is writing and really,really feeling it then going back and hating it.
    What is that?


    Comment by st sahm | July 29, 2013 | Reply

    • You’re not alone! 🙂 I think, occasionally, this happens with every writer. Sometimes I abandon that writing piece and come back to it later to revise. Then I shape it into something I’m truly proud of! (Wish I had the answer, though! I do think we’re our own worst critic. On another note, I’m enjoying your blog! Keep writing!)


      Comment by Arsoleen Woolcock | July 29, 2013 | Reply

      • Thank you, lovely Arsoleen.
        I enjoy your writing very much.


        Comment by st sahm | July 29, 2013

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