This is my first thread on this forum. Just had to get that out there. I'm just kind of curious. How do you other writers cure writer's block? I mean, a lot of times we just sit around and write several pages, words flowing out of us like a high pressure fuel hose out of control. But the next time we open up the document and plans on writing, not a single word comes to mind. No matter how much we try, nothing happens. Some might have ideas in their head, but a large cork blocking the doorway from your brain to your fingers. Me, I usually just open up a fresh document and write the first thing that comes to mind. Anything really. Sometimes I've started a whole new book on that document, and when I do I usually find myself writing that original book again. No more blockage. That's just me though. I find the best cure for writer's block is more writing. So just sit down in front of the computer, typewriter or paper, without distractions, and just write what your brain thinks. Bring a tumbler of single malt scotch or a cup of warm soothing tea or coffee. Shut out the world and just write. So what's yours? What's your cure?