AH! I was writing a fanfiction last night and i got really far. Then the words stopped so i let it be. This morning i went back to it and i cant think of anything! Plus what i did put down sounded terrible and forced. Does anybody know how to get rid of writers block?
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Post by Chibiwonton on Jul 22, 2004 14:49:13 GMT -5
hahaha not really....i'm very bad when it comes to writers block. Probably read more other fanfictions or something...get some brand new ideas!!
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Post by Scyre Liquith XIII on Jul 30, 2004 5:02:45 GMT -5
XD Hahaha XD Same here. XD Writer's block is always around, XD I even wrote a poem about writer's block when I was in writer's block XDD (sounds weird huh?!) Hmm XD I basically just get on with my life if I get "the block" XD and read books, watch shows, watch movies/dvds and sometimes the block will be gone. XD If not I would be re-reading what I have already wrote and ask questions like "What if...?" "Why did this happen?" and "Is there any alternatives?" XD Or taking a walk, organizing ytour thoughts would help XD. Or maybe you should try eavesdropping! XD Hahaha and make a mental story about it! XD (I like this exercise) XD and then maybe you could go back and muse about your work XD and all XD
Try making a diargram (or a Venn Diagram or a Web of some sort) and organize your thoughts. Have a section for what you want to accomplish in all three sections of your story (the beginning, middle, and end). When you have that done, you have a much better foundation for your fanfic. You can even go as far as to make a graph labeling what you want to happen in your fic. As long as it has a captivating beginning, a great climax (the most important part of any story), and a good ending....everything should piece itself together. *Chases english teacher with evil dumpling of doom for making her learn this crap*
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