Brian’s Writing Tip #1

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Writer’s write. The only way to improve at writing is through practice. Reading books about writing, watching videos about writing, rehearsing the rules of grammar and spelling — it’s all a waste of time if you aren’t consistently writing. You can’t become a great guitar player or an NBA basketball player without countless hours of practice. The same goes for writing. Good writers are not born that way. They get there by hard work.

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Brian Wasko

Brian WaskoBrian is the founder and president of WriteAtHome.com. One of his passions is to teach young people how to write better.View all posts by Brian Wasko

  1. AMMAR SAGAR
    AMMAR SAGAR01-07-2016

    Thankyou sir

  2. Tapas
    Tapas12-04-2015

    Great tips for new writer. I am about to start my career in writing, and planning to start my own tech blog soon. Thanks sir for this tips

  3. Calicia
    Calicia12-11-2014

    What you read, you write.

  4. Bhargav
    Bhargav11-14-2014

    Thank you Mr.Brian.

  5. James Harlan
    James Harlan03-19-2014

    So true, this is the final answer for the question of “how to become a writer?” One can never become someone he dreams to be without the effort of practicing it. As they say, practice makes perfect. So, let us keep writing.

    Brian, thank you for the reminder.

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