1. Use beautiful words.
  2. Make it flow.
  1. If you’re bored, they’re bored.
  1. Be invested, but not too invested. Have other projects on the side.
  2. Give your characters space to breathe.
  3. Divorce your stories on the second edit. Treat them objectively, not subjectively, as if you are reading someone else’s work.
  4. Take a break, and try something new. Look for a new genre, a new prompt, a new style of writing.
  1. No writing is ever wasted.
  1. Read, read, READ. And don’t be afraid to critique the work of others.
  2. Write what you love.
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