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By: edwardrogers | Total views: 84 | Word Count: 461 | Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2012 - 11:27 AM

Getting over writer's block isn't as difficult as one might think, although I can't say I've never been challenged getting into and staying in the creative flow. Luckily for me, I found a few strategies which work quite well, and in the process actually lead to extremely excellent articles and stories. Let me explain one that you've probably never heard about, and one which I stumbled upon myself. I call this my "cross-pollination random thesaurus generation trick" so, let me explain.
What I do is think about the subject that I intend to write about, and then look in the thesaurus of all the similar words that have to do with that subject or topic. Next, I consider all the adverbs and adjectives which might commonly go along with that word and I look up all the similar words to those to find words which start with the same letter to give me a little bit of alliteration. Next, I look for other nouns and verbs that start with the same letter, regardless of topic.
Finally, I string all these words together even if they don't make sense, and then ask myself what that phrase or combination of words might mean. What do they relate with, how might they be used together in other ways, and if I perchance can't understand that phrase when reading it then what do I suppose the author who wrote it meant?
So how does this help me write you ask?
Well, it gets my mind thinking creatively, and it forces me to write a paragraph about what on earth that unusual phrase could possibly mean. Since I use alliteration in the title, and all the words have the first letter across the title, it normally sounds quite eloquent, or interesting. And it really gets me thinking, and over the years I've written thousands of articles and come up with many original thoughts and creative ideas from using this strategy.
In fact, it works so good that I might even suggest it to someone who is programming some sort of software to help writers get over writer's block, where it would randomly create phrases that do not currently exist and get the authors or writers to start using their minds to consider all the possibilities.
In any case, even if the writer gets halfway through the process and decides it's a bunch of gibberish, by that time they've written a couple of paragraphs trying to explain what something that doesn't mean anything actually means, well in that case they've worked their mind right into the creative flow, and now they can get back to work. Indeed I hope you will please consider all this and think on it.

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