What to Write
I recently had a major issue with what I soon learned was called a writer’s block. You know that distant, numb, completely blank look you have while you’re staring into the screen? Apparently, I went to my “nothing box” and sat there for hours, I couldn’t really figure out how to get out of this weird predicament that I had fallen into.
It was at that point, when I was aimlessly surfing the internet that I came across paulwords.com, a
Well, as a blogger, I really did feel a bit dumbfounded about the idea of hiring someone else to do my writing for me, but what was I to do? There’s no law against a writer potentially asking his fellow writer who he randomly came across while searching the web to help him out, is there? However, after much research and examining various content projects Paul had written, I soon came to realize that I wasn’t the only one who was suffering from this horrific disease. So, I had made my decision and took the help of Paulwords.com to help me with my blog.
Paulwords.com offered a range of services I could choose from and he guaranteed that it would be 100% Superior Quality! Not sure what that really meant, but after 20 years in the writing industry, he must be doing something right. Apart from assisting you with your blog, Paul offers his expertise in writing articles, web copy, rewrites, press releases and even ebooks.
As a conditioned content writer, Paul has had years of success with his various projects. One such project includes OpenSRS, a domain and website maintenance company that had nothing but praises for Paul and his writing, “He treats each project as if it were for his own company. He will not settle and goes over and above the agreement. He truly cares about the success of his clients. If you are looking for optimized, top notch web content that converts, this is your man!”
Paul sure was my man, my writing man of course. He helped me in what was perhaps my most troubled time. Just like Superman, Paul with the help of his mighty pen and his artillery of words, was able to leap over tall buildings (my blog) with a single bounce.
So, if you’ve recently suffered from the illness known as “writer’s block”, I would really love to hear about your experience on the matter.