I know some people say writer's block isn't a real thing. It's just fear or a sign that you took a wrong turn or whatever. But even if it is one of those things, that doesn't make it any less of a block. I hit a wall with every book at some point. It used to be the middle where I'd hit the block. But Nothing Between Us, I had a huge block for the ending. My current project is giving me fits over the beginning (which is weird because beginnings are usually the easiest part for me.) So I've learned that it's part of my process and don't freak out too much. I know that I will find a solution. And I don't stop working just because I'm blocked. I come at it from a different angle or POV. I take long showers or walks to let my mind wander and figure things out. I read writing craft books--even ones I've read before--because they'll usually spark something for me. And I'll READ. That's my best tip. Often reading other people's books will kick my brain into gear again. So there are ways around it. The only thing I can't do is give up. A deadline is coming whether I'm ready or not, so I have to break the block.