"How can I improve my writing skills?" That's the question every writer asks, no matter if they're writing book one or twenty. As writers, we're always looking for ways to improve our writing skills. However, what if I told you that while you can't magically improve your writing skills, there's 10 easy steps you can take to help improve them. Here's 10 ways you can use to improve your writing skills, no matter the level, today.
Imagine this: a literary agent reads your query letter and decides to check out the opening to your story. You've passed the first test (writing that query letter and getting their attention), and now it's time for them to be bedazzled by your writing. But how you do go about starting a novel? Here's seven tips on how to write a good first chapter.
Blogging is an exciting venture for anyone interested in starting one. Unlike other digital platforms, a blog is your own website to be you. That means no one can tell you what to post. You'll have the freedom to express yourself however you want. When should you start a blog? I'll give you a hint: now.
If you've been blogging for a while, your blog is probably filled with tons of posts. These posts have built credibility for your blog and established your web presence over the years. Luckily, there's plenty of ways to repurpose your blog content. Here's ten ideas to help you reuse the great resources you've already made.
When you think of the perfect writing place, you might imagine a quiet place without any distractions. Many writers dream about a cabin with nothing but a notebook and a beautiful summer's day. Unfortunately, this dream doesn't exist where most writers live, and even if you do live by the woods, chances are it isn't a beautiful summer most of the time. However, that doesn't mean you can't and won't find the perfect writing room. Here's six things your writing space should have.