4 Shortcuts to Become a Better Writer

  • Write sentences of varied length. Try to mix it up naturally, to maintain flow.
  • If you’re not writing anything formal or legal, you can use onomatopoeia, curse words, ellipses, exclamation points, questions, and more. Try to observe the way you talk and emulate yourself in your writing.
  • To break writer’s block, try writing down your thoughts word-for-word and expand from there. Revision will be necessary, but you’ll have a solid base of natural verbal expression to work from.

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Samantha Marti

Samantha Marti

S is for Seasoned Foodie. A is for Always Adventurous. M is for Major Art Geek.