It’s talked about. It’s feared. It can make a writer depressed. It’s like being caught in a big sticky cobweb. But what is Writer’s Block? How do you overcome it? Personally, I don’t believe in Writer’s Block – to me it just means you are not asking the right questions. You are in a dead end, a cul-de-sac – and you have to reverse out of it. Your story has to change. And how you think about your story, therefore, needs to change too.
by Irene Graham, The Creative Writer’s Workshop
Writing Coach | Author | Lover of Story | Believer in Words | Story Editor | Photographer
I’m Irish. A country girl born and reared in the land of Saints and Scholars. Somehow, and gratefully, in my life search for meaning, I found writing. And story. Words feed my soul. Right-brain/left-brain learning processes feed my creativity.
For 30 years I’ve passed on what I’ve learned as a lover of story and believer in words. When I haven’t got a pen in my hand it’s my camera. To clear my thoughs, I head out into the garden, and grapple with the weeds.
This is my blog. I muse about all things writing. Share Ireland with you. And use this blog as my image gallery.
Irene is the Founder of The Creative Writer’s Workshop and The Memoir Writing Club. She is also Author of The Memoir Writing Workbook. In a previous life Irene was a professional photographer with Getty Images.
Her Writing for Marketing Course helps corporate clients craft language for branding, advertising and content.