The ten most valuable writing tips I’ve received

In this post author Dylan Hearn shares the writing tips he’s found most useful – and I couldn’t agree more. One of my rare reblogs, but worth reading for anyone with ambitions to overcome obstacles and become a better writer.

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The internet is full of advice on how to write and it can be confusing and contradictory at times, especially when you are starting out. This isn’t because people like to give false advice but because each writer – and their writing process – is different. However, out of all the good advice I’ve received, these are the ones that have worked best for me. I hope by sharing them they will be of some help to you too.

1. Allow yourself to write poorly

Some days I find writing easy, some days it’s as if the language centre of my brain has decided to go on vacation, leaving my fingers to fend for themselves. However, even if I’m having one of the latter days I still write. It may be painful at the times, even more horrific when I read it back, but at least I have something on the page to work with…

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