John Bash, the man behind the blog Overcoming Laziness has posted some great advice on overcoming witer's block. It's four simple rules, and it get's right to the heart of the problem without any of the "Wo is me" artistic whining that often accompanies the discussion of Writer's Block. And let's be honest, professionals don't always have the time for such drama.
His rules are these:
1. Stop Fooling Yourself Into Thinking You’re Writing When You’re Really Not.
2. Figure Out What Your Interruptors Are and Quarantine Them.
3. Stop Calling It “Writer’s Block”
4. Use A Model.
To read more, go see his post.