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Social Media Club of Kansas City (SMCKC) friend, Sarah Eggers tweeted Friday afternoon that we should run a compilation post on beating writer’s block in association with National Novel Writing Month, or #NaNoWriMo 2013.

Since Sarah’s previous Brainzooming blog topic ideas have all been winners, you can bet I paid attention to Sarah’s tweet.

Creativity Ideas for National Novel Writing Month

Stormy-NightHere is a compendium of Brainzooming blog posts on a variety of aspects for enhancing creativity and getting around creative blocks.

While not all these creative ideas focus on writer’s block or writing, and none of them are specific to writing a novel, I went through the Brainzooming blog to narrow the list to articles with potential value to NaNoWriMo 2013 participants.

If your creativity is stuck for NaNoWriMo or in any other way, check out these articles to start or rekindle your creativity when you need it most!

Getting to the Root Causes of Your Creative Block

Some Ways to Try to Shake Creative Block

Other Peoples’ Ideas for Enhancing Creativity

– Mike Brown

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Mike Brown

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4 Responses to “Writer’s Block – Creativity Ideas for National Novel Writing Month #NaNoWriMo”

  1. Ironically, if you combined those posts they would make a great book. 🙂 Thanks for sharing such a wealth of excellent advice, Mike.

    • Mike Brown says:

      A little too ironic, Stephen? : ) I know, I know. I need to take some of my own medicine on this topic. I need to do a post on coming up with the overarching theme for a book that will then write itself!

  2. hidama says:

    Thank you for the post, Mike. I have many friends that will need this as they work through NaNoWriMo this month — I know I’ll be using it when I hit roadblocks!