7 Ways to Bring More Artistry to Your Writing

7 Ways to Bring More Artistry to Your Writing

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  1. Hey Sonia!

    Love this post! … and the super helpful tips given!

    I think I need to read more fiction books. Or more books in general!

    Reading really helps with your creativity and writing skills. Especially, when you read on a variety of topics.

    Writing every single also helps. I’m going to be doing a lot more writing this new year and I am really looking forward to it. I find writing as an art. And I think it is, right?? 🙂

    I know I have improved my writing skills over my years of blogging. I don’t even want to read my very first blog posts! … they’re horrible! haha

    I’m also working on incorporating more storytelling into my writing style. I remember back in 2011, one of my first blogs was on the Dating and Relationship Niche, and my blog posts were so boring. I’ve realized that sharing a few stories can really make a blog post super interesting while teaching something.

    Thank you so much for sharing this Sonia!

    Best regards! 😀

  2. An amazing read Sonia.
    I loved the idea of exfoliation.
    Its true that as we write along, we tend to use long phrases and words that, as you put it, camouflage as conversational, while in reality, are just unnecessary wordings.

    I also believe that, by widely reading you get topic ideas, anecdotes and analogies which you can artisly weave into your next posts.

    While lists articles normally do well if you have great ideas, incorporating story telling and case studies can add a punch to your piece, as it makes it practicle and relatable.

    One again, thanks

  3. I’m a firm advocate of #1 (well, all of them, but that one particularly). I write fiction, as well as blog content, and I’m working on a PhD, so I get to fill my brain with all kinds of wonderful stuff. Right now, I’m reading Elizabeth Gilbert’s Big Magic, a book on neuroscience, Owen Davies’ history of grimoires, a book about ghosts in cinema, and a cozy mystery. I’ll probably never use any of it in my copy but that doesn’t matter. It’s all about learning how to spin a phrase, learning what written rhythms work, and just being damn well nosy!

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