We were overwhelmed with the response to our Writers Boot Camp announcement.
The site went down from too much traffic the first day and and registration was completely filled after just 36 hours. If you missed landing a spot and you’re interested to being the first to know of any future events, simply fill out the form below:
In the meantime, here are 10 tips to become a better writer:
1. Discover Your Creative Sweet Spot. Notice the specific days of the week that are your prime writing times.
2. Stock your writing library. Check out these 8 reads that make me a better writer.
3. Remember: A book is written 1000 words at a time.
4. Writer’s block is for amateurs and wannabes. Get over it.
5. Write an introduction. Then delete it. You didn’t need it. See, the manuscript is better already.
6. Go “Boom!” with the last sentence of every chapter.
7. Write as if everyone is dead. Edit as if everyone is alive and breathing over your shoulder.
8. Eliminate every excess word.
9. Make your editor your best-est friend on the whole planet.
10. Writer’s conferences are the best way to learn what’s working in publishing in real time.
What is one thing you struggle with most as a writer?
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