The New Year for a Writer

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The start of a new year is a time to assess what you’ve accomplished as a writer in the past one. Consider the risks you’ve taken that have led to your achieving goals. Think about how your courage, confidence and skill have increased. Reflect on what you’ve learned about life, yourself or others that can enrich your future work. All of these steps can help enlighten your understanding of your growth and worth as a writer.

The Power of Drafts


Doing several drafts of your documents can have great benefits. You can improve the quality of them and save yourself time.

Whether you’re composing short or long works, hand write or type several versions of them. This can help you discover your best ideas and how to communicate them effectively.

Your readers will then have a clear view of what you want them to understand.