Got Writer’s Block?


It happens. Next time, try one of these tips:

  1. Just write something and print it out — revising copy is always easier than coming up with the first draft.

  2. Try writing a letter to an old friend — this may help get you going.

  3. Do something else for a few minutes — take a short walk, run an errand or even play a musical instrument if you’ve got one handy.

  4. Contact Westcott Communications — we’re here to help.

Additional Writing Resources

The Elements of Style, Strunk & White — the essential guide to concise, effective writing.

AP Style Manual — is it “Web site,” “web site” or “website”? This is the source journalists use. We’ve found clients often have their own particular style, and we keep style sheets to ensure consistency.

Eats, Shoots and Leaves, Lynne Truss — people will ask what you’re laughing about. Won’t they be surprised when you tell them it is about a book about grammar?


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