Monday, August 24, 2009

Top Five Writing Improvement Articles

I’ve been writing this blog for nearly three years, and I thought it would be helpful to compile a list of my top five writing improvement articles for quick access.

1. Writing To Your Strengths Or Weaknesses – Should you write to your strengths or weaknesses? The answer varies depending on what you’re trying to accomplish.

Writing Tools – As writers, we need to consider which tools will help us the most with our craft and have them at the ready.

The Callous Editor – To edit our own works well, we must divorce emotions from the process and make hard choices.

Writing Exercises – When thoughts seem locked up tight, try some exercises to get the sludge moving again.

The Jab – We need good openings to our stories, and this article shares some advice and an example from my own writing.

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