I’ve been a writer as long as I can remember, and a reader long before that. While I’m not an award-winning writer by any means yet, I think that I’m definitely a better writer than I was 5 years ago at least. And even
if when I become an award-winning writer, I’ll probably want to become a better one. So here are 8 ways that help people become better writers (other than taking a class).
1. Read a lot and regularly
2. Read different authors and different genres
3. Write a lot and regularly
4. Experiment with your writing
5. Push your limits
6. Always keep learning
7. Get feedback from others
8. Try writing different formats and genres
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