By David Hammond
Some refer to anything that obstructs their normal writing ability as writer’s block.
However, writing performance can dip for a variety of reasons, including:
• Attempting a writing project too advanced for your experience level.
• Getting rusty from a lack of regular writing and reading.
• Fatigue from extended writing stretches, often on a long project, like a book.
Then, there’s genuine writer’s block, a psychological inhibition that prevents you from writing at your normal ability, which is the subject of this post.