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Writer's Block: A Supercut

Posted: Sat May 28, 2016 5:34 pm
by InklingBooks
Try watching this the next time the inspiration to write is not coming:

https://vimeo.com/165015837

With cuts from 53 films, my hunch is that the two creators had bad cases of writer's block and decided to do this supercut instead.

--Mike Perry, Inkling Books

Re: Writer's Block: A Supercut

Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2018 1:05 pm
by SherryEdwards
Thank you for sharing this nice video!
It should really be useful when you have lack of inspiration.
In such moments I also like to watch some motivated video or to be in silence with nature. And recently I have read about few more tips to stay motivated and find inspiration in this article about writing ideas http://www.writersandauthors.info/2017/ ... ideas.html
Hope it works for somebody!

Re: Writer's Block: A Supercut

Posted: Thu Feb 13, 2020 8:35 am
by arthurnottheking
A clever supercut indeed. Though there are harsh discussions if writer's block is real. Writer's block can become an issue for many authors. And those who think it's just a phenomenal "concept" to talk about or simply an excuse perhaps have never experienced it themselves.

Re: Writer's Block: A Supercut

Posted: Thu Feb 13, 2020 8:36 am
by arthurnottheking
arthurnottheking wrote:A clever supercut indeed. Though there are harsh discussions if writer's block is real. Writer's block can become an issue for many authors, for me too as I tried to overcome the fear of writing and my endeavor to write my essay in 3 hours and a short story. And those who think it's just a phenomenal "concept" to talk about or simply an excuse perhaps have never experienced it themselves.



LitHub: Is It Real? 25 Famous Writers on Writer’s Block >>
Ray Bradbury; Anthony Burgess; Joshua Cohen, etc.