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What's the hardest thing for you, about writing?

Russell Palmer
Posted August 19, 2021 2:37 PM

Hi everyone,

What's the hardest thing about writing? I mean scripts, screenplays, fictional novels, magazine articles, short stories, anything creative and original.

What do you need the most help with, that you aren't getting?

What causes you to give up, fail, stop, or otherwise struggle with your writing?

Do you wish there was an easier way to get story ideas? To develop memorable characters?

My co-founder (a Talentville member and fellow writer) and I have been working on something to help writers get more done, be more successful, finish more pages, and otherwise enjoy the art and profession of writing as much as possible!


I'm looking to interview a few people (no more than 15 minutes over Zoom) to pick your brain. I'll draw a name from a hat after and award a $50 USD Amazon gift card to say Thanks. Everyone interviewed also gets free access to the Beta release when it's ready. Sorry if this isn't the right forum for this topic, let me know and I can delete/move this before the bouncers come.

Cheers! ;)


Russell Palmer

CEO & Co-Founder

CyberFilm AI


zoe foster
Posted 12 days ago

the most challenging thing while writing is to make the content engaging that's why I hire ghost writer to enhance my rough manuscript, here is a look at these ghostwriting companies:

Tim Lane
Posted 1 day ago

It's a thing called BIG -AIS...Brain in Gear-Ass In Seat.