November 14, 2018
What to do when you’re stuck: check out Neil Gaiman’s writing advice
by Stephanie Valente
Are you oh-so-slowly plugging along at that novel manuscript? Did your plot hit a plateau? Are your characters falling silent and dull? Writing can be a frustrating and vexing process. Sometimes hitting the proverbial wall can vex us so much that we just want to give up on the book entirely.
However, Neil Gaiman thinks giving up is the absolutely worst thing to do. In fact, pushing through the project is the right course. Gaiman states: “Finish things… finish things takes you most of the rest of the way.”
Get more motivation to stay on the writing path in the video below.
Stephanie Valente is the Digital Marketing Manager at Melville House.