I'm picking up a couple of my writing reference/inspiration books to help get myself back on the wagon. I thought you might find them helpful too:
Just fifteen minutes a day after each chapter truly helps warm up the connection from my brain to my fingers.
Writing a novel is hard work, but Nathan's "It can be done!" attitude is always so encouraging.
From Natalie, I learned about "free writing" and how liberating it can be. Keep the pen tip on the paper. Keep your hand moving forward; writing down one word after the other as it comes to you. Never go back to cross anything out. I turn to this exercise when I am at my most fearful or anxious about my writing.
This is my "go to" resource when all else fails. It really is okay to write that shitty first draft. Also, the one-inch picture frame exercise is something I use when I need to distill the jumbled thoughts in my head, both in my writing life and work life. Plus, I think it would make a cool writing workshop exercise on honing your description skills.
Tell me, what resources or references do you turn to for help getting over your writing humps?