Might be something to check out.
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Take more notes.
Take notes and reference them to other notes.
Taking a note is quick, easy and painless.
By taking many quick easy and painless notes you're slowly building up ideas, concepts and even chapter outlines all of which you'll then be able to translate into glorious progress.
Notes become outlines.
Outlines become stories.
Suddenly, you've written your game.
I continue to tell myself that If I won't blend my ideas into something readable, everybody will be disappointed. I know how frustrating is have writer's block or to lose motivation. I've been writing a little story for about 2 years and I don't think I'll ever finish it. Right now I'm writing a little fantasy, and my current deadline is September. And it works. I'm more productive this way.
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