Free the Muse with Music –Tip for Writer’s Block

Great advice to be found in “Stomp Writer’s Block. Let Loose!”. Music often saves me. When you’re facing a writer’s block, this post suggests you let loose with some tunes—cynical neighbours and cats be damned.

“I pick a song that resonates with me in the moment. Something upbeat that excites me when I hear it.”

Oh…so many choices. Whatever will I pick?

“…I may even have dipped my toe into Michael Jackson’s Thriller album….”

I have definitely dipped my toe (maybe even a whole torso) into the Thriller album in order to get out of a funk.   

“I play the song LOUD. I sing to it, I dance to it, I imagine that I’m performing live at Carnegie Hall or the Hollywood Bowl. I make it big, and I totally let loose….The important part is that I allow myself to be unfiltered — unencumbered about what others might think of me — unconcerned about whether my neighbors think I’m nuts.”

When my next block hits (and I know it will) I will try this technique. I suspect it might have something to do with Billie Jean…

Music-4Here are my other posts related to music:

Music for Sad Days (and Happy Music too!)

5 Simple Steps for Summoning the Writer’s Muse

Succumbing to NaNoWriMo Madness

Landslide—the Gratitude Files, the Music Edition

It’s Cold Here in the Writer’s Closet

The Importance of Choosing the Right Music for Your Book Trailer

and more Musical Inspiration Posts!

*Check out the whole post by Robyn on the Daily Post here: Stomp Writer’s Block. Let Loose!!

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