If the title “Tips to write better” caught your eye, I’m guessing you’d like to get more enthusiastic reactions to your writing.
If you catch yourself reading book reviews and thinking how is it possible to get good content and get your content more views, then my friend you are not alone doing this.
So, there are few tips from our side which will help you in writing better and attracting more readers:
Tip 1: Read good content:
Read the kind of books and articles you want to write. Read books that entertain or enlighten you. And read articles and books that other people can’t seem to get enough of.
Tip 2: Write Daily:
It’s not necessary to finish your book in a month or two, but it will be good if you write daily.
It’s not necessary that you have to write 20-30 pages daily, just writing something is enough.
If you’re game for starting a new daily writing habit, you can set your goal in terms of minutes spent or words were written — whichever approach makes it easier for you to stick with it.
Tip 3: Exercise:
Most people think that for writing only your brain needs to be healthy But since there’s a strong correlation between leg muscle strength (in particular) and brain health, it makes sense to incorporate at least some strength training into your daily routine.
Start with a small habit that’s easy to start — like doing a few squats while you brew some coffee or tea — and build on it.
Tip 4: Get a rhythm going:
Music can be really helpful for your writing. Whether you open a tab for YouTube or use an app like Spotify or iTunes, music can easily become part of your daily writing habit.
Just starting a familiar soundtrack or playlist can signal your brain that it’s time to write.
Anything that helps you get into a state of creative flow makes it easier to focus on getting those words onto the page or editing what you’ve already written.
And those headphones might just be the secret sauce to getting your loved ones to respect your writing time.
Tip 5: Make Connections:
Connections are everywhere — inside and out. Being more conscious of them and allowing yourself to explore them in writing can help you write more and write better.
Something magical happens when you let yourself write the first thing that wants out. It inevitably connects to other things that matter to you. And those connections spark other ones.
During the editing process, you can winnow out the content that hides the kernels your readers want.
Tip 6: Good critique partner to improve how you write:
Whether you find this person on social media, on your email list, or in your neighborhood, a good critique partner is every bit as priceless as a good editor.
See if you can meet this person at least once a month (maybe at a coffee shop or someplace with good pie or tacos) to swap writing and feedback that is honest, charitable, and thorough.
You can also share notes on books, courses, and other tools that have helped you or your critique partner learn to write better.
Books to Help You Write Better
Looking for books with tips for better writing? Take a look at the titles listed below:
- The Miracle Morning for Writers by Hal Elrod, Steve (S. J.) Scott, and Honoree Corder
- How to Write Copy that Sells by Ray Edwards
- Revision and Self-Editing by James Scott Bell (for the Write Great Fiction series)
- Take Off Your Pants! Outline Your Books for Faster, Better Writing by Libbie Hawker
- Declutter Your Mind by S.J. Scott and Barrie Davenport
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