Some Writing Tips that I learned at the Book Store Tonight from A Day in the Life of a Systems Buster is a wonderful look at how to learn how to write.
1. Don’t bother practice writing in an isolated journal if I plan on publishing my work. Journals are great for self-reflection and personal growth work. However, if I am writing to publish, I might as well practice writing in public…
2. I am only fooling myself by trying to write my novel at Starbucks. Robert was saying that often, writers will only distract themselves by attempting to write their creative pieces to the rhythm of cappuccino machines and gossip…
3. I do not have to capture some grand, philosophical idea in order for readers to resonate with my writing…Robert was saying that the best place to look for universal resonance among readers is within my own self…
7. I must stay in integrity with the promises and agreements that I make…
While the lessons come from learning how to write a book, they can also apply to learning how to write a blog. I like the idea of practice writing in public, not private, as a way to really work on improving your writing skills.
Sounds like a good reason to blog, doesn’t it?
- Don’t Guest Blog Until You Have Content
- Do You Get to The Point or Ramble to the Point In Your Blog?
- The Blogging Muse Requires Discipline
- Learning Lessons from The Planet Blog
- Are You Blogging Your Passion or Blogging to Blog?
- What’s Blocking Your Blogging Path?
Copyright Lorelle VanFossen, member of the 9Rules Network, and author of Blogging Tips, What Bloggers Won't Tell You About Blogging.