From Writer’s Digest: Advice for Writers

by | Posted March 12th, 2013

Sometimes the best writing advice can be things you never considered. Like rewriting and cutting the adverbs out of your piece. Or never writing for more than three hours at a time. Writer’s Digest brings us seven pieces of writing advice from author Douglas Brunt in their reoccurring column “7 Things I’ve Learned So Far.”

Brunt also tells readers to grow a thick skin in order to take criticism, and learn what criticism is worth your time, and what criticism to ignore. Read the article to find more advice from Douglas Brunt, and try using it the next time you sit down to write!