If you’ve ever wanted to write like Moffat (don’t we all, he’s so CLEVER), it’s actually very simple. Just follow these simple steps, and in no time, you too can actively shit on, erm, I mean continue...
Johnny Cat as Evil Editor… Those of you who follow my blog know that optimism IS my super-power. Yes, The Digital Age can be daunting. We are entering uncharted territories and often we have to learn by trial and error.
I’ve been reading some advice from successful writers lately and exploring what their routines are like to see what I can learn about.Here are six of the most common pieces of advice I came across that have helped me a lot improving my writing here at Buffer.It also features actionable tips for you on how to implement them in your own writing....
It has gotten to the point where I can’t watch a film or TV show, read a book, listen to a song, or play a video game without thinking…What can this teach me about writing? A recent viewing of this Hitchcock classic brought a few lessons to the forefront of my mind.
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