Writers block?? hmm....Well...I personally think ahead or come up with situations and stuff I can work in later on..you can always get rid of that stuff later, when you do get unblocked, if you don't like it..but that may not work, depending on what kind of writting you are doing. The best thing I find is to start free witting on something else...that sometimes helps me. sweatdrop But who am I to talk? I end up killing all the characters I make...or they are almost always in perment hospital care...ohwell...I tried to help. Hope you can start wrtting again.
Ack! Writer's block sucks. I usually do what Tora does though, which is work on some other stuff which I might (or might not) incorporate into the larger story later on.
If that fails, do some research or think of the way the world around the characters is. Work on clothing descriptions or buildings or small sub-plots which might be happening underneath the real story.
Well here is a real good, very effective, almost gauranteed to work way to cure writer's block. Get yourself into the most boring place you can find. That way you are forced to entertain yourself. Now if you do this right, you start telling yourself a nice little story and then boom you keep elaborating on it.
Now my favorite methods of getting bored are as followed.
Go to school
Go to church
Listen to presidentail debates
Hope that helps
Or you could go kill people and then write about that, but that is a whole differnt thing, plus your not famous and you can't afford Johnny cochrun.
If you can't find a good way to make ideas meet the page, sit down and think about how one of your rambunctious friends would tell the story if they were drunk. Then, write the entire thing IN THAT VOICE. Spelling errors, grammatical convolutions, the works.
Then, go back and ask yourself why each sentence still manages to get the point across, if only in the most rudimentary fashion. Use this imaginary alchoholic muse to spit a raw, unwieldy version of the story you want to tell, and then you can revise, rewrite, or edit.
At that point, it's no longer a question of writers block. It's a question of retelling that cool story that your inebriated companion slobbered into your lap.
Freewrite. What that is you sit down and just write. You don't pay attention to things like grammar, spelling, punctuation. You just write as you think and ramble. This is good for freeing of just getting to writing or working things out that may be stalling you.