Writers always have room for improvement. Even if you’re a New York Times Best Seller, you are growing every single day, and knowing what aspects to work on can definitely help your career.
How do you know what to concentrate on?
Be honest with yourself.
Most writers know what their weaknesses are. Maybe it’s those pesky fighting scenes (or kissing scenes). Maybe creating villains is really difficult for you, or world-building takes wayyyyyy too long (like five years too long).
We probably know where we need extra help, because it takes us more time than usual to overcome that particular obstacle…and that’s okay!
Understanding your weaknesses as a writer will help you overcome them and learn from them. So, here are some tips to figure them out, work with them, and beat them.
1. Make Lists!
While you’re writing, you’ll come across those tricky areas and struggle. Take note of…
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