Every story is different. Therefore, the process of writing every story is different. Or at least it is for me. I was fortunate enough to spend a big chunk of my weekend in the company of my writing friends. I'm trying to get started, trying to get traction, on a new project. A new super sekrit (because I've no idea what it will actually turn out to be so I'm afraid to talk too much about it) writing project.
Part of my process, these days, is to surf links looking for The Answer. The answer on how to make writing easy. How to make the words flow. I find information and inspiration all over the place, and then I will often print it out and carry the pages with me like a security blanket. That way, when I start writing and I run into a problem, I can pull out those pages of wisdom and maybe something there will work the trick.
Hey. I need all the security I can get these days.
On the off chance that maybe you could use a little information and or inspiration yourself, here are some of the links I've gathered...
First, the best explanation I've come across yet for why procrastinators procrastinate. Not that I would know anything about that! (She said, as she started writing her blog at 10pm on the day it was due...)
And oh, look, here's something else I know nothing about--decision paralysis!
But once you get past the procrastination and the paralysis, you might need to know how to increase your output. This is a good place to start.
And once you've got the words flowing, this is a good place to look for help on building your story.
In the end, of course, the answer is to start writing.
Right now, for me, that's easier said than done...