Timothy Hallinan - Writer's Resources. Sometimes a book goes stale. This is not something you notice during one or two writing sessions. This is something that comes up again and again. Over the course of several days, maybe a week or more, it becomes progressively more difficult to summon up the enthusiasm you need to work on your book. Writing becomes drudgery. This can be serious . There are lots of reasons we can lose interest in what we're writing. If you're a new writer and you've never come up against the soul-sickening experience of losing interest in your book, let me suggest something to you. Writing is a combination of inspiration and gruntwork. So my first advice is just to keep writing. On the other hand, you may have a real problem. If you do, this is a great time for writing about your book. Grab some paper and a pen, or open a new file on your computer.
Do a retroactive outline . Chances are that at some point you'll notice that some scenes are harder to synopsize than others. And who knows?
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