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Common writing setbacks include rejections, a lack of available work assignments, bad reviews and writers’ block. None of these situations are easy for any writer to deal with, regardless of his or her years of experience. The setback itself is not that important; what matters the most is how you react to it, how you use it as a learning experience and how well you adapt your strategy to meet new challenges. Effective ways to overcome writing setbacks include shopping your work around, focusing on building your professional portfolio and drawing inspiration from the world around you.
As an aspiring writer your goal is to publish a book, and the hardest part is getting started and finding inspiration. In the previous post – How to Get Creative and Overcome Writers Block – Part 1, we offered a few tips that can help with overcoming writers block, and now we continue with a few more tips:
Writers’ block is one of the most common occupational hazards for all professional writers, whether they write website copy, novels, children books, poetry, film scripts and even final academic papers. Deadlines still loom and bills still need to be paid, so most of us do not have the luxury of sitting idly and waiting for inspiration to strike on its own.