Grammar will save your life when it comes to writing. Grammar kills writing. I am not saying that you should never use it, but it can save you a lot of time and a whole lot of frustration with your writing.
Grammar aside, there are a ton of writing tips in the link above, including some that are quite specific. I mean, the whole point of writing is to express yourself. Sure you can look at a bunch of technical information, but it’s hard to think about how your words are going to turn out if you don’t have some basic grammar knowledge.
Well, I was just looking at some of the writing tips on our site and I was really surprised how many of them were grammatically incorrect. So I decided to write down a bunch of these things that could be easily fixed.
I’m a big fan of grammar because it makes writing easier and more fun. But sometimes it can also put a person off. It’s important to know when you write that you need to follow certain rules, especially if you’re writing a blog.
The first rule of grammar is, “Be consistent.” And that means, “Do the same thing, over and over, even if it makes you look like an idiot.” If you don’t, no one will be able to tell you are an idiot because they will be able to tell you are an idiot anyway. This is the point of consistency.
The rule of consistency is what you need to know in order to write a good post. It is what I always say in my free time, when I’m feeling overwhelmed with ideas and I’ve just about had it. I often find myself falling back on the same things I’ve already written on other occasions. I am a procrastinator. I procrastinate. I always fall back on the same things. A lot of my writing comes from my imagination.
In my own writing, I tend to follow the rule of consistency. I find the rule of consistency is what helps me write better. It allows me to have a consistent voice while also not saying anything that isn’t entirely true. I can say something that is true, but not say something that I have no idea is true. I can say something that is true, but it might not be 100% true.
This comes in handy when trying to write for a class, or any writing class. My friends and I like to write for hours, then have a snack and write again. Writing helps me get in my zone, it makes me feel less like I’m on a deadline, and it forces me to do something I dont normally enjoy.
When I write a book I tend to write it a lot and then have a big break and get back to it. I also tend to work on a bunch of things at once. When I am working on a story, especially an original one, I tend to write in a way that I can see the whole thing. This helps keep my brain focused and makes it easier to write.
Writing a blog post and then editing it can be a really good way to kick start your writing. To make the process easier, you can take your existing blog post and use it to write a new blog post. You might see an interesting idea that you can write about, or maybe you might find a way to improve the way you worded your original blog post.