16 Tips From A Terrible Writer

16 Tips From A Terrible Writer

Just like any other art or skill, writing takes time and practice. This post includes 16 awesome tips on ways to improve your writing.

It may sound simple putting words together but if you look at it, it’s not. Use these 16 tips from a terrible writer to improve your writing.

You have to use words to deliver your message and you have to make sense so readers can easily understand what you are trying to explain or share.

If you’re starting your own blog, there are two things you can do:

1.  Read a lot

According to the brilliant Stephen King, “If you want to be a writer, you must do two things above all others: read a lot and write a lot.”

2.  Allow yourself to be bad at it first

If you want to improve or be better at something, you have to be aware of what needs improvement. In this case, your writing skills. The more you determine what your mistakes are, the more you can avoid them.

Tom Ayling, a self-confessed terrible writer, shared the lessons he learned on how he became a better writer in this infographic created with Visme.

16 Tips From A Terrible Writer

16 Tips From A Terrible Writer

by Bea Maiz from Visme

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