Are you burned out? That's okay! Taking a break from your WIP is sometimes what you need to recharge. Or, are you letting your current WIP sit for the recommended 4+ weeks so you can go back to it with fresh eyes?
My part of our Writing Motivation theme is – Things to work on that still count as writing!
S – Synopsis
I can hear you groaning from all the way over here.
As much as we all hate the synopsis, it's very likely you'll need one at some point. Some agents want a synopsis along with a query. Some small publishers also want both. And if you're writing a series, you'll need to introduce the next book/s in the series.
Some writers who don't like plotting still like a general description of what happens and where they're going with the story.
Knowing how to write a good synopsis is important. So check out these pages and then start working on your synopsis. It might break through your writer's block and get you excited again to finish your project and move to the next step!
Tackling the Dreaded Synopsis – part one
Tackling the Dreaded Synopsis – part two [with example!]
Why You Should Write the Synopsis Before the Manuscript
Writing a Synopsis When You Have Two [or more] POV Characters
Come back tomorrow for more WRITING MOTIVATION!