Conquering the Blahs

When I first started writing, whenever I'd get stuck in my manuscript I'd call it a writer's block.  But I'm not so sure that's what it should be called.  It feels more like writer's blahs.  You know what I mean, the words your typing feel weak and subpar.  Like "Blah blah blah, she went to school.  Blah blah bitch was mean to her. Blah this and blah that to the blahbiddy blah blahs."

I used to force myself to keep writing.  I'd tell myself that just because this scene stinks doesn't mean it always will.  That's what revisions are for, right?

Well "just keep writing"and "there's always revisions" is not cutting it.   I need a new sword to fight this battle.  Usually when I start a book, I plow threw it. But this book I started and the holidays forced me to stop mid-stream.  I feel like I lost my momentum and I'm not sure how to get it back.

So I'm reaching out to my writer friends and asking you, what do you do when you have the writer's blahs?