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Writing exercises– do they help us avoid writer’s block?

I have bought lots of books without exercises but I haven’t done any of them. I tell myself that I just have to write the novel.  After all, I’ve read enough of them. And I write excellent poetry. And write for business.

But recently I’ve thought that I really could learn the basics and I avoid these books because I am afraid that I can’t do the exercises.

And I am moving so everything is in boxes.  I have zero idea of where these books are.  They aren’t on the remaining shelves, so they are packed. And I haven’t done the packing so I am completely blank when it comes to finding them.  I think I can find some of the web.  Any suggestions?

Have you done any of these workbooks, like the 3 A.M. Epiphany: Uncommon Writing Exercises that Transform Your Fiction” by Brian Kiteley or his 4 AM Breakthrough”  or “What if” by Anne Bernays and Perry Glasser.

Have you had any luck with these?  Has doing the exercises improved your fiction writing?

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