Writer’s block

There is no such thing as writer’s block.

Isaac Asimov wrote over 400 books in his lifetime. Not all of them were his best work. But every day, he would get up at dawn and write. It didn’t matter if he was in the mood. It was his job to produce.

Stephen King recommends people to read and write four to six hours a day. “If you cannot find the time for that, you can’t expect to become a good writer.” In addition, he writes a minimum of 2,000 words a day and won’t stop until he finishes.

That is what writers do. They write.

Do enough bad writing and eventually some good writing comes out of it.

Another way to look at this is, I have never ran into someone who has talker’s block. Everyone talks, everyone finds something to say.

Write how you talk.