Friday, September 2, 2011

People say that to become a better writer, one must write every day.

"Practice makes perfect."

But this is not entirely true.

Writing every day may help improve vocabulary, spelling, and sentence structure.

But it does not improve the writer's voice; the writer's capacity for expression.

Writing every day is not a bad idea.

But one must wait for inspiration.

Writing about nothing does not provoke critical thought.

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