I don’t believe in Writer’s Block.
This might be a controversial stance; I’m not sure. Maybe I’ll find out when people read this, because they may comment. (Feel free to comment!)
I freewheel through my writing on inspiration. It feels powerful and great when ideas just flow and words present themselves without my having to think. Usually, it feels like I’m cheating.
Sometimes inspiration stops. If this is writer’s block, then I have the remedy: a mechanical approach.
Time to come clean: I’ve been a teacher for 13 years (Middle School English; A-level Psychology/ top of High School uni-preparation exams). My job is to find a mechanical, step-by-step, systematic, follow-this-rule-and-you-will-win way of doing what comes naturally to some. And this is what I do in my writing.
Just keep writing!
Even if the words don’t seem right. Even if you loath what you’re writing (and yourself for writing it), just keep pushing through. Whole novels can be written this way. And have been.
You can tidy it all up later.
Inspiration will come back.