I'm going to tell you something you've never realized before: Writer's Block does not exist. I know, this sounds CRAZY! How to fix Writer's Block is everywhere: people make courses about it, people try to tell other people how to fix it in one little pin, people spend their writing hours moaning about how they can't write. Honestly, it's become one of the biggest writerly problems out there! And I'm telling you today that it doesn't exist.
Lots of bloggers that I follow have all been like, "So NaNoWriMo is coming around and I'm leaving you guys for a whole month! MWHAHAHHAH!" They cackle, as they throw a ridiculously random assortment of computers, notepads, pencils, pens, mugs, drinks, and a whole lot of other crazy things that I probably shouldn't even mention into a suitcase and swagger out a door to die over 50,000 words for a single month. So, even though I'm most likely not doing NaNoWriMo this year, I've learned lots about it, and today I'm going to be sharing with you guys 3 things so many writers make the mistake of letting happen during NaNoWriMo. Let's hop right in!