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Preventing Bloggers Block

Writers block affects almost all writers. Whether it’s physical writing or blog writing there will be times when you will have no idea what to write and you will end up staring at a blank screen for hours. Though I cannot completely stop it from happening to you, the following tips can help you reduce the probability of it happening frequently.

·         Read a lot on your niche: Before you can become a successful writer, you should be a successful reader. If that doesn’t make sense, I’ll explain. You can’t be a writer if you don’t read a lot.

      Know what you want to write about: Make sure that before you sit down and start typing (or actually writing) you know exactly what you want to write about. This will help you avoid writers block.

·         Do your research: Don’t just sit down and expect useful and correct information to come to your fingertips. The world doesn’t work that way. If it did, the world would be full of nothing but A+ students. Make sure you know what you are talking about so that readers don’t doubt your credibility.

·          Relax: When you are overly stressed, it’s a bit hard, maybe even impossible to write a good story. Don’t worry too much about the deadline and allow your creative juices to flow. Stress is the main cause of writer’s block so go out and experience the world; you might end up getting ideas from your own experiences.

·         Ask people to read your work: If you don’t ask other people to read your work, you will never know whether it is good or bad. I know what you are probably thinking. You probably think your story or article is one of the best ever written. Hate to break it to you, but it probably isn’t. You are not writing entirely for yourself but mostly for other people, so get someone else to read it and if necessary, criticize.