Do you know what writers do? They write.
If writers want to improve their writing or just grow accustomed to it, they need to write. Now, I'm not implying that authors need to constantly add to their books. I would eventually need a change of pace if that was all I ever wrote all the time.
So, I have been paying attention to what I actually do write.
I spend a good chunk of time writing these blog posts for you, my lovely readers.
Also, I am beginning to work on writing a play. I know that a play is still fiction, but it is a bit of a change of pace from the novels I am used to writing.
I also occasionally write short stories for school. I wrote an unusual one last week, which I may share with you in next week's post. (You may need to remind me!)
And finally, another large portion of my writing is spent on yearbook. I am the editor in chief of my school's yearbook, and I write a lot of articles for that. Journalism is sometimes a refreshing change of pace as well.
All in all, as I writer, I write a lot. As writers should do.
Do you write? If so, what do you write? Fiction, novels, short stories, plays, articles?
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