Take Breaks

by Haylie

There are times when an author is writing and becomes stuck. This can occur at any time, any place, anywhere. When that happens, there isn't much that can be done. Sometimes, the best possible solution is to read previous work of yours, even if you are done with it, and find places that you could change or improve. This re-opens the creative flow and allows new ideas to enter your head.

Many authors think that when they are writing, they can't stop even if they're stuck. This causes their work to be less than what it could be. It's okay to take breaks sometimes.

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