Four Ways Reading Makes you a Better Writer

Four ways reading makes you a better writer. Check it out.

Uninspired Writers

Morning wonderful writers!

This week has been a fairly good writing week, and I’m feeling very positive about it! There’s no doubt at all that one of the reasons I’ve done so well is because I’ve read some brilliant books recently, and it’s made me want to get on and write mine.

The concept of reading to enhance writing is not a new one, but it is so important that it can’t be understated, and so I’d like to talk about it today, focusing on 4 ways reading makes you a better writer! Take a peek…

1. Reading enhances your understanding of story telling
All books are structured to tell a story with a beginning, middle and end. As a writer, you’ll be aware of how this simple structure is not actually easy to get right when writing a novel. The more you read, the more you get used to…

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4 thoughts on “Four Ways Reading Makes you a Better Writer

  1. I have a slightly different standpoint to this. I find that the less I read/pay attention to other writers, the less influenced I am by them.
    It’s one of those things which ends up meaning my plots stay different and at times difficult to predict.
    At least that’s how I see it.

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