Ten Ways to Tighten Your Writing & Hook the Reader

I love all these suggestions. Great check list to polish your work. My favorite was the one about using your other senses, sometimes I get stuck in writing one way – it adds a little flavor to mix it up. Inspired to get back to my work-in-progress!

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When I used to edit for a living, I earned the moniker The Death Star because I can be a tad ruthless with prose. Today I hope to teach you guys to be a bit ruthless as well. Before we get started, I do have a quick favor to ask. Some of you may know that I practice Brazilian Jiu Jitsu so I’ve taken on our dojo’s blog to see if we can try out new and fun content and am using the moniker Dojo Diva.

I posted about how hard it is to begin and the fears that can ever keep us from starting. The way others try to stop us from doing anything remarkable. I’d love to hear your thoughts and stories, so I hope you will stop by and get the discussion going.

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3 Responses to Ten Ways to Tighten Your Writing & Hook the Reader

  1. Jin Okubo says:

    Awesomeness with a touch of jam, because everything is better with jam.

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