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Don’t Procrastinate! Use These 8 Tips To Get Your Writing Back On Track . Writers are especially familiar with procrastination, a close cousin of writer’s block . If you’ve detoured into I’ll-Do-It-Tomorrow Land, here are some tips to help get your writing heading in the right direction again!
Blank page syndrome is similar to writer's block, [ how? ] but is not a psychological term. It can happen to a writer at any point in time, irrespective of their career success. This syndrome can be very irksome to authors and often leads to a long span of time where they cannot come up with anything new. Coping strategies include: distracting oneself from the piece for a while, reading a book, and forcing oneself to write something even if it makes no sense. To avoid blank page syndrome, it is best to have an idea when one sits down to write, and to keep from procrastinating because stress only worsens the blank page syndrome. 
6. You're bored with all these characters, they won't do anything.
You created these bold, vibrant characters, and now you've written dozens of pages... about them brushing their teeth and feeding their cats.
Truth forever on the scaffold,
Wrong forever on the throne.
Yet that scaffold sways the future,
And behind the then unknown
Standeth God within the shadow,
Keeping watch above his own.