How to Fix Your Writing When It’s Lifeless, Tedious, or Even Downright Stupid

 

by  Morrow in CreativityWriting

 How to Fix Your Writing When It’s Lifeless, Tedious, or Even Downright Stupid

Happens to the best of us, you know.

We’ve all been told to let the words flow loose and easy and free, but instead, we stiffen up like a British banker before his annual rectal exam.

It feels horrible too. Instead of enjoying writing like we’re supposed to, we end up gritting our teeth through the entire experience, knowing something just ain’t right but feeling so uncomfortable that we can’t help sounding like a robot.

The good news is that deliverance is at hand. Like any good friend, I hereby pronounce myself ready to pry said stick out of your posterior, curing you of robotitus once and for all.

Let us begin. (this article was written by my friend Jon Morrow, who is an excellent writer)

Go to this link to finish reading his article…I found it fascinating….or just click on the title of the article.

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