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Saturday, January 25, 2014

Holy Ghost Writer's 10 Tips to Becoming a Better Writer @SultanofSalem #AmWriting #AmReading

10 Tips to Becoming a Better Writer
Most writers or would be writers fall short on various downfalls of trying to become a better writer. These helpful guidelines and tips would help you fight off your writer’s block and continue on to becoming a much better writer.
  1. Write.
Most would think it’s a cliché but this is where writer’s block starts. Most writers just are full of thinking that they forget about writing. Just… write and everything follows.
  1. Read.
A writer can only be a good writer if he accepts his weakness that he only knows so much about everything. If a writer is fond of reading, then he will have lots of ideas and topics to write on. A successful writer is never arrogant of his knowledge. In fact, he hungers for more.
  1. Love your drafts.
The best books ever written in history had ugly and erroneous drafts. Don’t be discouraged of them. It is just your blueprint to refining your article.
  1. Forget about word count. Deal with them later.
You will lose your writer’s inspiration if you start by getting all too technical. Forget about it being a 1000 word article, just create your story and deal with it later if your story will be a novel or just a short story.
  1. Go deeper.
If at the end of the day, you just end up with a 2 page short story and you think it’s not spicy or catchy enough. Then, dig deeper. Let your imagination run this time.
  1. Purge out your ugly writing.
Most writers start out poor on their words. This is good. It’s like turning on a water hose and the first thing that would come out is dirty water. So, let those “dirty water” words come out first and purge them all out.
  1. Corroborate your writing.
If you plan to make a story, everything must have a cohesive plot and should not have any vagueness, even in its slightest tone.
  1. Let it flow.
Once you have made a steady and solid flow of plot for writing, and then just let all your writing juices flow.
  1. Commit to writing.
Once it flows, make sure it you reach the end of that story. Middle writers can be a disappointment.
  1. Start with it’s a story of someone who does something. And write from there.
If you just don’t know where to start, start with a story about someone who does something.
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