Twelve Writing Tips for Beginners
1. Writing what you know a lot about/are interested in is a great place to start — there is always room to learn and branch out/expand your horizons once you’re more comfortable.
2. There is no “wrong” way to start writing, as long as you actually physically start writing (your own original arrangements of words, of course).
3. You don’t have to write a novel in a day. Take things one step at a time — slow progress is still progress.
4. You don’t even have to have a goal if that’s going to stress or overwhelm you too much. Keep it simple: Try to write just a little bit at a time at the start and see how things go.
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