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S. Lynn Helton

S. Lynn Helton
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    Fantasy Children's
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 4
  • Profession: Writer
  • Member Since: Apr 2019
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S. Lynn Helton lives in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, U.S.A., with her family and a water-loving Manx-mix cat. Lynn writes fantasy novels and children’s books. Currently, she's working on more books in her Wild Heritance fantasy series, a different fantasy series, and a new children's picture book.

When not writing, Lynn enjoys camping and hiking, playing games, crafting, and reading (various genres, but fantasy and science fiction are favorites).

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Power Redeemed (Wild Heritance Book 3)
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Power Redeemed (Wild Heritance Book 3)by S. Lynn HeltonPublish: Oct 10, 2020Series: Wild HeritanceFantasy
Power Awry (Wild Heritance Book 2)
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Power Awry (Wild Heritance Book 2)by S. Lynn HeltonPublish: Oct 01, 2019Series: Wild HeritanceFantasy
Duplicity of Power (Wild Heritance Book 1)
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Duplicity of Power (Wild Heritance Book 1)by S. Lynn HeltonPublish: Oct 25, 2018Series: Wild HeritanceFantasy
Trial Run (Wild Heritance)
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Trial Run (Wild Heritance)by S. Lynn HeltonPublish: Feb 29, 2020Series: Wild HeritanceFantasy

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    • AllAuthor AllAuthor 1 year ago
    • Have you ever experienced "Writer's Block"? Any tips you would like to share to overcome it?
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      • S. Lynn Helton S. Lynn Helton 1 year ago
      • At first, I was inclined to say, “I don’t believe in it”. And that’s true in a way. I don’t believe in it for me in the popular sense of something that completely halts my writing, something that I then must agonize over for days, or longer. When I hear “writer’s block," I always picture a path, winding through a dense evergreen forest, with a huge stone block sitting in the middle, preventing any forward progress. That’s the block I don’t believe in.

        But as something that gives me pause in just plunging ahead in my drafting... Yes, I’ve certainly encountered writer’s block.

        For me, writer’s block takes the form of an uncertainty about what’s coming next. Sometimes it’s an uneasiness about something in the story. And that’s been a sign for me.

        Perhaps I don’t know my characters as well as I thought. So I need to pause in writing the story to figure out more about them, what makes them tick. Other times, it’s related to continuity. I want a certain event to happen, but it’s just not fitting into the story. Maybe I haven’t done the set-up well enough for the event to make sense, or make sense at that point in the story. Or maybe it’s wrong for the characters. So I pause.

        I make sure I treat it as a pause, not a dead stop. That way I know I’ll be moving forward again. I just need a little bit of time before I can do that. No need to agonize over it.

        So how do I overcome writer’s block? I take a step back from the writing and figure out what’s giving me the feeling of uncertainty, what's missing that’s making the ideas slow down or feel wrong. Then I take a short break from the draft to fill in holes I’ve discovered. Sometimes I’ll make extensive notes. Other times I just ponder a bit to figure out what’s missing. Maybe I’ll return to the draft to add some details before the troublesome section. Then I’m ready to dive back in and move forward with the story.

        That’s what's worked for me.
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