When you can't come up with that next line of poetry - write a blog post about something else.
When you have no ideas for "serious" writing - write a blog post about why you're not writing.
When you can't figure out a character or plot line - write a blog post about a grammar pet peeve.
Instead of staring at a blank page... create pages and pages of other writing that you never intended to do.
Well, this theory is possible. But if it's true, then at least I take comfort that I'm actually still writing. It's all about the process. The journey.
Even in Finding Forrester, the student learned to find his inner muse simply by copying words from a published author. It was the very act of mimicking writing that prompted him to write.
So... maybe blogging is time-filler while waiting for inspiration to strick. But it beats staring at a blank
What is your writer's block?