Your Best Writing Advice

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Justin Cox
Justin Cox
This Week In Writing, we share some of the best writing advice in 280 characters or less.

Photo by Sarah Dorweiler on Unsplash
Photo by Sarah Dorweiler on Unsplash
Two weeks ago, I asked you to share your best writing advice on Twitter using #WCWritersLift. One of the things I love about Twitter is its inherent brevity. Sharing high-quality advice in 280 characters or less isn’t easy, but you all came through. Here are some of the best tweets you shared.
Martin Andersson
You can edit crap, but you can’t edit an empty canvas. Empty your brain onto paper before it’s gone. Edit later. #WCWritersLift
Terri Deno
Some will tell you to write what you know. Others will tell you to write what to want to know. The only way you'll get the writing done is to write what inspires you--no matter how much you know about it at the start. #WCWritersLift
Amy Kite
Writers: When trying to get published, remember that those rejection slips only make you better, more motivated and ready to succeed.
#WCWritersLift #writing #rejection
Cliff Hightower
Don't ever stop writing. Write then write more. Edit then write. Query then write. Think then write. When you get done with all that, then do it all over again. #WCWritersLift
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