Some Great Writing Tips from the Masters

It is the number one enemy of writers everywhere and can leave even the best of the best in shambles. It will strike without warning and can leave you running for help. What am I talking about? Writer’s block, of course. No writer is immune to the effects of the imaginary brick wall that puts the imagination and creativity to a complete stand still. One minute your ideas can flow out like a roaring waterfall, and the next thing you know, all of your thoughts are dammed up to nothing more than a slow drip.

If you ever get the dreaded writer’s block, don’t panic, it happens to the best of us. More often than not, a simple five-minute break can solve this problem.  Just take a deep breath and step away from your computer or notebook for a few moments. This will let you recharge and get back in the flow of your writing.

Writing is a skill that takes lots of practice, patience and dedication. If this is something that interests you, make sure you write as often as you can. It doesn’t have to be a lot or even several pages each day, just a few sentences or paragraphs whenever you have time. For those who are serious about writing as a career, creating a blog for all of your writing is a great way to get practice and keep a portfolio of your work.

Even the most experienced and decorated writers are constantly improving their craft, and you should do the same. If you would like some tips on how to improve your own writing skills, check out this great article on 10 Writing Tips from the Masters at

~ by pinnaclepov2224 on March 15, 2010.

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