Goodreads asked Keith Foskett:

How do you deal with writer’s block?

Keith Foskett To sound really annoying, I’ve only experienced writer’s block a few times, and only for a couple of hours.
The advantage of writing non-fiction, detailing something I have actually experienced, is that I have my memories to draw on. When I go on an adventure I always write a journal because hopefully, I will return wanting to write a book. So, I have loads of notes that act as memory joggers which in turn, bring that particular day in the past back to me.
Writer’s block, obviously, is not being able to think what to write. Having these journals pretty much takes that out of the equation.
Keith Foskett

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