Writer’s block? I do not think these words mean what you think they mean.
Our heroine will accept that there is Writer’s Pause, dear Reader. A short period during which the writer is overwhelmed with “what happens next” or “how do I get out of THIS one?” But Writer’s Block? Not a chance.
Writing begets writing. Build some momentum. Get in there, perhaps not even on your project, and write something, anything, ridiculous things, what you ate that day and why, whether an elephant would look better in fishnet stockings and who’d try to get them on him in the first place. Okay, maybe not that last one. The again, that might be fun.
Remember first drafts are always lousy. Repeat it out loud. Repeat it every time you stall in your writing. Push yourself to write, even if it’s something you know will need a revision when you get to the second draft/edit/revision. (No, they’re not the same thing.) Just get the bones of the story down.
I’ve been known to leave notes about a scene in my first draft and move on to the next scene or chapter. The more notes, the better, but sometimes one line is enough.
Just remember: writing begets writing and momentum is a trump card. Play with words which have nothing to do with your project or put notes as to the next scene. Just keep going. You’ll find you really do have something to say.
After all, you’re a writer.