The 1 Tool You Need to Become a Better Writer This Year


Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions blog with The 1 Tool You Need to Become a Better Writer This Year

Meg Dowell Writes

“How do I get better at writing so I can do [X]?”

This is the fundamental question for both beginners and seasoned writers alike. Every day, we internally strive to perform a little better than we did the day before. We have goals, we can envision exactly the outcome we want — to publish our own books or to speak onstage about our ideas — whatever your greatest ambitions may be — and we don’t want to wait. We want to succeed NOW.

So there is, of course, nothing wrong with asking, “How do I improve?” Just as long as you understand that the answer might be more complicated and unglamorous than you’re hoping for.

Are you using the most valuable tool available — technically for free — at every writer’s fingertips? Chances are you aren’t — at least, not in the way you normally look at it.

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