Top Ten Rules of Writing

Everest Bremerton Library

NO.10: GOOD READERS MAKE GOOD WRITERS

If milk helps build strong bones, then reading helps build strong vocabularies and strong writers. Read all of the time. Hopefully, some of the time, you’ll be reading solely for pleasure. Whenever you encounter a word you don’t recognize, look it up. There are very few guarantees in life, but one of them is that all good writers are also good readers and vice versa.

NO.9: IT’S ALL ABOUT TIME MANAGEMENT

Keep track of the time it takes you to complete a writing assignment. If you’re not sure how long it takes you to write something, then keep a log of the time you spend on the paper. Include time spent researching, thinking about it, procrastinating about it, and actually writing it. Then you will know how long you need to set aside for the whole of the writing process. Build in time for…

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