I've been writing less and less on the book I've worked on for almost three years, not because I don't know the story or feel less motivated to finish it, but simply because I feel like I'm at a loss of words. I have a folder for each of my eight PoVs and swap between whom I'm writing regularly, but currently I'm struggling to find my voice to any of them, I find myself swapping back and forth three or four times before I settle on one to write on that day, even then I'm having issues getting the words out. I do know how the story of the first novel will end, and the direction I want most chapters to go in, so that's not the problem either, it's just I can't get any of it down on the page, and if I try to keep going and 'force' it, it seems wrong and an utter disaster... I've been trying to swap, as I said, to keep the voice 'fresh' and keep a constant change to make it more interesting to me as a writer, but it doesn't help me any. I've been trying to read a lot more than I usually do, but that haven't helped either... I simply feel burnt out. Anyone else felt like this about any of their writing projects? I've heard that taking breaks can help, a month or so, or something like that...but I'm not sure I can, I'm always meddling with world building, characters, history...there's always something to do. Then when it comes to working on the actual book and chapters, I feel burnt out. I don't think it's because of the world building and all that, because to be fair, that work has dimmed down, and it's never really been a problem. So what's your experience on this? How did you deal with it? Any tips?