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Jul 01, 2019 06:50:27

Summer Writing Tips

by @brianball PATRON | 219 words | 58🔥 | 369💌

Brian Ball

Current day streak: 58🔥
Total posts: 369💌
Total words: 102048 (408 pages 📄)

  1. Make a list of ideas of things to write.
  2. Write one-liners that can be re-sequenced.
  3. Tell a lie that doesn't matter - just for practice.
  4. Make up a story and tell it with confidence.
  5. Encourage somebody else with reasons they should go for it.
  6. When you have to start a career over with new skills, what might you try?
  7. Share how you make friends in an internet world.
  8. List the basic elements of your life's work.
  9. Describe the contents of your go-to breakfast ( eggs, toast, coffee )
  10. Write a book review using only a single take-away per chapter.
  11. Admit something you're guilty of. Confess.
  12. Describe something that makes you smile - in a way it might be shared.
  13. Write about your cup of coffee: Origin, roast, brew method, brand.
  14. Use the first paragraph as a warm-up for your brain.
  15. Give yourself permission to completely remove the intro.
  16. Get into the zone by typing fast.
  17. Only edit after the green-light-of-200-words goes off.
  18. Be willing to write quickly.
  19. Share a strong opinion but hold it loosely.
  20. Offer a piece of yourself in your writing.
  21. Insert a line anywhere in your writing and increase the detail.
  22. Write the line above instead of the line below.
  23. Write a simple idea on a single line to start.
  24. Make it more clear on the edit.
  25. Remove words

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    @brianball - Very nice Brian..
    My favorites:

    When you have to start a career over with new skills, what might you try?
    Share how you make friends in an internet world.
    List the basic elements of your life's work.
    Write a book review using only a single take-away per chapter.
    Admit something you're guilty of. Confess.
    Describe something that makes you smile - in a way it might be shared.
    Offer a piece of yourself in your writing.
    Make it more clear on the edit.
    Remove words

    Keni avatar Keni | Jul 01, 2019 10:04:54
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