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Every writer struggles with writer's block at some point. It is frustrating, and it prevents many writers from becoming professional authors. In this new guide you will learn how to destroy writer's block and unleash your creativity. Through a concise series of exercises you'll learn to never get "stuck" in your writing again. You will discover how to branch into new writing styles, surprise yourself, and unlock your inner genius.

©2017 Adam Savage (P)2017 Adam Savage

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New ideas for overcoming Writer's block

Where does Overcoming Writer's Block rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Easy to listen to in a short amount of time, lots of great ideas. Similar books spread info over several hours and chapters, but this gives you the bullet points without all the unneccessary fluff.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Overcoming Writer's Block?

The ideas were new to me, and I'd never heard of some of the suggestions--I look forward to trying some of them!

Have you listened to any of Stephen Paul Aulridge Jr’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

It's possible--I listen to a lot of audio books; His voice is familiar. Very easy to undertand, and very clear.

What’s an idea from the book that you will remember?

Brainstorming techniques for mixing and matching for a new take on something to get unstuck.

Any additional comments?

Highly recommend