Avoiding Writer’s Block – Advice From Roald Dahl

HOWTO avoid writer’s block, advice from Roald Dahl:

When you are going good, stop writing. And that means that if everything’s going well and you know exactly where the end of the chapter’s going to go and you know just what the people are going to do, you don’t go on writing and writing until you come to the end of it, because when you do, then you say, well, where am I going to go next?

I like this idea.

(via BoingBoing)

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One thought on “Avoiding Writer’s Block – Advice From Roald Dahl

  1. Jake says:

    You know, for giving the world several children’s stories, he’s one unsympathetic-looking, intimidating dude.

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