Imagine every time you write a sentence you think is decent, you take a second glance and see nothing but clichéd language, you make some changes to it so it looks less banal and continue this process for each consecutive sentence.
How to develop your own unique writing style
Matt Nicholls
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This hit home! not in a good way necessarily but definitely felt like this and the paragraphs after it can be very true. Interesting advice about using others work and developing a unique style from it.

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