on Fiction University:
Sometimes we get so focused on what’s supposed to happen in our novel, we forget to consider what could happen.
Unless you’re incredibly lucky, at some point in your writing life your creativity is bound to stall.
The novel you loved yesterday feels flat today, all your ideas sound “meh” and nothing really excites you about your current manuscript. It happens, and scary as it can be, there are ways to knock your muse out of her slump and get things moving again.