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Personally, I don't get that complex. I write non-fiction, which I'm sure is a different process from fiction. I start out by throwing a bunch of notes into an MS Word document. Basically a collection of "here are things I want to talk about". Initially I don't worry about order, structure or consistency. For some things I may just put a sentence or a ...


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You summarize the problem very well when you said: "I can barely get maybe ten or fifteen thousand words in before I completely lose all interest." I really hope you'll reconsider the difficulty you are going through and see that it isn't something wrong with you, but is a very common challenge among most (if not all) authors. Most Common Problem ...


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Looks like you are off the old hyper-focus. ADHD makes it impossible to proceed with anything unless extreme interest breaks through the barrier and produces an immense ability to focus, far beyond regular levels. If at first you could, and now you cannot, you have sunk below the threshold. The challenge is, how to get it back. Maybe it is just a phase. ...


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(I'm going to come at this from a writer perspective, not an ADD/ADHD perspective.) Depends on what kind of writer you are. It's possible you just haven't found the story for you yet. You haven't found the one that really captivates your attention and makes you want to push through. So you may just want to keep trying out books until one keeps you. Unless ...


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I think that if you want to write more, getting back on those meds will be easier; I found these tips for when your on Adderall: Eat essential amino acids, glycemic carbohydrates and healthy fats Exercise is known to release certain hormones that relieve you (but do it as a general activity) Rest for 8 hours



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