Admit it, you have a dozen of unread books about writing just hanging there on your nightstand. Maybe even a couple half-read articles in the desk drawer.
But, you have writing tasks, a book that needs to be finished, and orders that need to be completed within a deadline.
With all those writing tasks, you simply cannot find the time to read everything.
Every writer knows the following – you cannot improve your writing without practicing and reading. But, what if there is a way to boost your writing skills by reading, and still have the time to finish everything else?
Thanks to the developments in technology and the marvelous opportunities the Internet provides you with, you can now get all the information you need online. The secret to keep your reading on track is to read blogs.
Of course, this would mean that you need to find blogs to read, but that is not difficult at all. There are some excellent blogs made specifically to aid writers, and these blogs can help you get all the information you need without having to scour the Web or read a 300-pages book.
Blogs are the modern writer’s secret formula. They have the power to teach you the latest tricks and ideas in the world of writers. A good blog will provide you with the unique opportunity of learning from fellow writers which, let’s face it, you cannot always learn from book and articles.
A single, great blog post can change you and your writing. It can provide you with exactly what you need to fight the writer’s blog, and give you motivation for your next piece of writing.
If you want to fine-tune your writing skills, you need to start reading blogs.
The Scholaradvisor team created this excellent infographic of some must-know blogs every writer should bookmark.