(Wow, it seems like no time at all I was posting that headline in my promo efforts for the yet-to-born Story A Day challenge!)
OK, so ten days to go and we’re all at various stages of “success” and we’re all still turning up.
It’s getting harder though, isn’t it? Finding a whole new story every day drains the well pretty quickly. We need to work on staying encouraged, finding new ideas, new angles, and remembering what inspires us to write.
@CidWrites wrote this really helpful self-pep-talk that I certainly benefitted from reading (so thanks, Cid)
(and then she went on to write a really fun and intriguing story that day)
@AdorablyAlice wrote a great blog post on writing during slumps, that I’m sure you’ll find something of use in.
@dorlamoorehouse has an upbeat, celebratory post here that makes me grin and think: I want some of that!
Don’t forget these posts from the Story A Day Blog archives:
Finding Time (and Ways) To Write
StADa participants’ Feedback After Week 1
and the Resources page which includes links to sources of Inspiration, Prompts, Productivity Tools and Tips from Great Writers.
If it helps, why not take a few minutes to read other people’s stories right here at Story A Day. OK, you might get intimidated, but on the other hand, you might just get inspired.