A long overdue post on tips and tricks about writing (well, mostly).
Enjoy and have an awesome day.
- All wonderful things take time to cultivate. Novels are no exceptions.
- Be proud of what you write.
- Shock your readers. Scare them. Make them cry. Anything. Make them feel something.
- Writers must learn to forgive themselves.
- Open your heart. Open your mind. Let everything into your life.
- Give the readers a reason to read on.
- Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. Don’t let a negative opinion bring you down.
- Every writer started somewhere. Find your start, know your finish, and work hard from beginning to end.
- Leave your readers wanting more, not less.
- Filter everything. Filer information, voices, and opinions. Keep what’s useful and discard what isn’t.
- If you continue to work, you will eventually succeed.
- No piece of writing should contain unnecessary words or sentences.
- You can fix your first draft later.
- In the writing world, you need compliments as much as you need criticism.
- You are a writer, not a miracle worker.
- As confusing as grammar is, it’s even more confusing when you don’t employ proper grammar in your work.
- Something is better than nothing.
- Never fear making mistakes. Your fear will only hinder your creativity.
- Write to please yourself but to satisfy your readers.
- Make every paragraph meaningful. Make every sentence matter. Make every word magnificent.
- When you write, you spew. When you edit, you craft.
- Persist and you shall succeed.
- Failure is preparation for success.
- Anyone can write but not everyone can do it well.
- Never underestimate the intelligence of your audience.
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