I find something that helps with writers block is gathering up a really big list of adjectives, and from there making up a sentence about your favourite one such as: LIGHT-Glow,beam,brightness,luminosity,daylight,illumination,radiance,weightless,buoyant,fluffy,insubstatial,frothy,wispy ,feathery,flimsy,gentle,delicate,softnoiseless,featherlike,imperceptible,nimble,graceful,dainty,elegant,agile,bright,sunn y,sunlit,pale,pastel,subtle,fair,neutral,muted,carefree,happy,cheerful,untroubled,blithe,joyful,easy,manageable,undemandi ng,simple,effortless,entertaining,lightweight,fun,frivolous,amusing,playful then pick one of them and make it into a sentence. My teacher told me that Adjectives are a major part of the story as they help the reader feel like they are really there and makes the story more easier and interesting to read :)
When I get writers block, I go take my two dogs and cat for a walk. (Yes, my cat likes walks) I'll take a notebook with me and go walk to a nearby pet park. i let my babies off their leashes and watch them play while turning over the area where I'm stuck in my mind. I'll write down any ideas that come up and when I get back to my laptop, i'll open new documents and see where the idea takes me.
Another idea of mine That I used for NANOWRIMO is this one. I was working on Murder Hotel and I realized my main bad guy, the demon Black Chaos, didn't sound evil, nor convincing. I also just didn't have it in me to write that day. I opened a new document and began to rant. later, i went back and reread it. i realized that it was perfect for black chaos.