Posted on April 17, 2021 at 12:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

Writing isn’t always easy, of course, but sometimes your struggle with a particular project has a deeper underlying cause.

Writer’s Digest editor Moriah Richard knows this from experience — while some writing peers tried to identify ways to fix a work in progress, a mentor suggested that what the project needed was to be left alone for a while.

Richard also understands that that can feel like giving up; fortunately, there are a few symptoms that signal you’re facing a bigger issue than a creative slump.

Those symptoms, plus strategies for further evaluating your work, are up at Writer’s Digest to help you decide whether it’s time to set a particular writing project aside.

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