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Many of our customers are writers already. Some perhaps write as part of their careers, others as a hobby. In fact, we consider all our customers to be writers at some level. After all, don’t you write emails, text and create content on social media?
Perhaps somewhat tongue-in-cheek but any writing you do helps you on your way to becoming a writer. We also like to think that with all the beautiful journals and pens you kind find at Paper Papier, we inspire you on this journey.
But what if you truly do want to improve your writing skills or even become a writer? After all there are many benefits to being a better writer:
According to an article in the Cambridge University Press, researchers have shown that through writing assignments students in all disciplines can improve their critical thinking skills.
Just take a look at Facebook and you’ll see that some people could really do with improving their writing and consequently their critical thinking skills.
Here are 7 ways to improve your writing and become a better writer:
Most good writers read a lot. Reading can inspire and elicit ideas for what to write.
Everybody Writes by Ann Handley. Here is a summary on YouTube:
It may seem like a daunting task at first but the more you write, the easier it becomes both in terms of the number of words and the flow. Give yourself a daily goal of the number of words to write.
Either online or in-person if possible...Coursera offers many different writing courses at different levels. This is by no means an endorsement, we merely want to help point you in the right direction.
A great place to practice your writing and make it public. You can choose what you want to write about and share it with your potential readers.
One of the best way to improve is by getting feedback from readers. Remember not to only share with people who will give you positive feedback find someone who is willing to give you an honest review and critique your writing to help you improve. Click here to find a list of places to receive feedback.
We’ve written a blog about keeping a diary or a journal which you can read here. Keeping a journal will help you to improve your writing over time. Whether it’s 5 minutes or an hour, over time you will notice improvement in your thought pattern and flow.
Whatever your reason, it’s time to start!