- Drawing Sketches or having someone else provide artwork
- Filling out forms effectively writing about your characters
- Writing in another form
So in review we have writer's block caused by fatigue, inner editor issues, and not knowing who our characters really are or what kind of story we are trying to create.
The last piece of advice I'm going to give is getting feedback from critique partners. Good critique partners are hard to find. Some think your stuff is awesome. They are the cheerleaders. Go to them when you need to feel good. Some only crit line edits. They are great for finalizing work. Then there are developmental critiquers. Those are the hard ones to find. You might want to try Ladies who critique or check out Savvy Authors where you can submit your work to low cost classes.
But ultimately Writer's Block is due to procrastination. You don't write for several days/weeks/whatever and then when you go to write, you expect to write 5K words without a hand cramp? I can't help you. Well, I can give you a hand massage, I can listen to you whine and offer you cheese, but really writing is a muscle. Writing a certain amount of words is a perishable skill. So as the Loki says...You. Writing. Now. (Kneel later) Yes, your welcome.