Want to become a good writer? Just like any other skill, writing takes time and practice to improve.
Practice makes perfect, so set aside just 10 or 15 minutes each day to free-write.
In addition to writing each day, a daily reading habit is also crucial to increasing your vocabulary and expanding your writing repertoire.
People are visual animals - we see things when we read and orient ourselves with images. Give your reader enough specifics to visualize your writing.
Comparing two things, either with a metaphor, simile, or direct comparison, helps your reader make connections and deepens your writing.
Adverbs, the words that end in -ly and modify actions, are the bane of many great writers.
To have this shred of concentrated truth in your writing, it is first necessary to know what life is.
I firmly believe that all inspiration boils down to two processes of mental and philosophical activity – observation and introspection.
The final, and most important piece of advice to improve your writing, is to write.