When Writers Hit The Wall

Early in my writing career I noticed something happening when I got to around the 30k word mark in a manuscript. It was like I hit a wall. It’s not that I didn’t have ideas or know the direction of my plot. It was just a strange feeling like I wasn’t sure what to write next. I’d look ahead at the 60k or more words I had to write, and got the heebie-jeebies. What the heck was going on? Luckily, I found out I wasn’t alone. Lawrence Block reported the same thing in his book Writing the Novel:

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