Tips for Bad Writers

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Tips for Bad Writers

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  1. For me, I’ve done a little deviation from your good advice: as a rule, i don’t outline in the normal sense of the word. I normally outline on the fly, but I also write a bullet point outline. I don’t edit as I write (too time consuming)

    As for practicing, I did the bulk of my practicing by blog writing for the past 10 years. I also had a short story blog for awhile, which I managed to get good writing advice from other writers.

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