The blank page is a nightmare.
The great writers of the ages have feared it more than evil spirits, wasting disease, and visiting in-laws.
Yet, if you want something to happen, you’ve got to spill the ink on that thing.
You’ve got to do it every day.
Like a detective, the writer is always digging.
And when that digging unearths an idea, the writer is desperate for a way to get it down.
The pain of facing a blank page might be cured by facing what you’re not doing.
And what you’re not doing is three simple moves that can help correct this ancient problem.