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No matter the genre or writing style, writers share one thing in common: a thirst for knowledge. Writers are always looking for ways to develop their craft. Here are three simple things you can do to help improve your writing that you can start working on today and that won’t bust your budget.
These three simple lessons can improve your writing over time. Reading improves vocabulary and helps you develop your voice. Listening to people hones your skills in character development so that all of your characters don’t sound the same. And watching movies helps you develop better timelines and story arcs that move readers through your book with compassion and concern for the characters. And readers who care about the characters are happy readers. That’s what all writers want in the end.