There is so much writing advice out there from people who claim to be experts. As writers, it’s sometimes hard to wade through the information and decide what’s important and what’s not. Despite the endless pool of writing advice offered by everyone under the sun, one fact remains. Your ultimate goal is to become a better writer.
I’m sure you’ve read and heard a lot of advice about writing. Some advice is useful. Some, not so much. Over the years, I’ve taken all the advice I’ve accumulated and compiled a list that encompasses the six main things that seem to be consistent no matter who is offering advice.
- Invest in some reference books. Get a dictionary, thesaurus, and a book on basic grammar. Have them handy and use them.
- Expand your vocabulary. I’m not talking fancy, flowery words here. This is more about using the vocabulary you already…
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