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Writing Tips: 4 Ways to Improve Your Writing Skills

Writing is difficult for many people, especially beginners who have just set their foot in this field. Becoming a better writer requires lots of practice and takes time. There are many ups & downs in a writer’s journey but the good news is that writing does not have to be too difficult. And it’s possible for everyone to improve their writing skills with a little discipline and a strong will to learn. Below we have gathered some tips for you on how to improve your writing skills.

  1. Follow the basic principle of writing

    Before you achieve your mastery of short story or poetry writing, the fundamental things you need to do is follow basic comprehension of writing, grammar, and spelling. This does not mean you need to enrol yourself in a prestigious creative writing program to know some rules. If you understand grammar and spelling basics, you are good.

    However, you can improve by expanding your vocabulary because it can help you express yourself clearly through your work. Expanding vocabulary does not necessarily mean being able to recognize lots of words. It simply means you are able to use them correctly.

  2. Read and imitate the writers you admire

    Before we explain, let’s be clear on something – imitation is not the same as plagiarism. Don’t ever just copy others’ work and claim it as yours. Originality is the key for you as a writer. Find a handful of books or poetry of your favourite writers and analyze them. See how the lines or verses flow and find the meaning underneath every word written. By doing these, you will get a better understanding of different writing techniques. 

    Get an understanding of different styles and use them as references when you start writing. After some practice, you will eventually have developed your own style. 

  3. Don’t give up on your first draft

    No one is perfect, and the same goes for the writers. But the best writers make it look easy to get it done. Still, when they first start, they feel anxious, whether their manuscript or draft will receive great feedback by the readers. And there’s a strong chance that you too are going to feel the same at some point. So, every time you finish your first draft, take a few minutes to rest and then go back on it with your creativity blood rushing to proofread and revise it to be better. Until you are satisfied. 

  4. Find a writing community 

    Writers need encouragment. And working together surrounded by supportive people will give you the encouragement and positive energy you need to thrive as a writer. You can be brainstorm and exchange ideas with each other and give feedback on your story or first draft. They would help you through when you need suggestions or feedback. Finding a writing partner is also a great way to keep yourself accountable and move forward.

You can use these tips to write your next piece of writing. And make sure you share it on WriteSome app with its writer community.

Any form of writing can be hard to do without the correct help and guidance, especially if you are just starting in your writing career. Thankfully, WriteSome’s writer community is here to help you become a better writer. Download the WriteSome app today and start writing your heart out.

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