Starting October 1, I’ll be unveiling a series of entries, one for each day of the month, with exercises and things to consider during November’s NaNoWriMo event. (Click the link to read more about it.) Something I’ll be featuring heavily are lists of links themed to each day’s topic.
Today, I wanted to share various tips and resources to developing and encouraging good writing habits. This topic will also be explored on October 1, but I thought it’d be helpful to introduce it today, if only so that one can think about it in the coming days.
- 7 Writing Habits of Amazing Writers
- Writing habits of the the best writers
- How to Develop Good Writing Habits
- Five Good Grammar Habits Every Writer Should Adopt
- How to Improve Your Writing Skills
- Seven Bad Writing Habits You Learned in School (always good to know what not to do)
- Reveal Top Writing Habits That Can Be Used to Improve Any Kind of Writing
- 5 Tips on Developing a Great Writing Habit That Works
- Mastering the Habits of Great Writers
- You Don’t Have To Be A Best-Selling Author To Make Writing A Priority
- Creating Daily Writing Habits
- Developing a Daily Writing Habit
- How to form a daily writing habit
- Daily writing habits shared
- How to Form a Daily Writing Habit
- Ten Daily Habits That Make a Good Writer
- Why Write? Journaling for Memoir
- You Can Write a Memoir
- Write a Journal
- How to Be a Writer: 201 Compelling Tips
- 25 Writing Rules
Here are some quirky things, that a few famous authors have developed as part of their very individual processes, which won’t show up in the above list. It’s amusing to read. Not so famous, these people share their experiences too.