Make changes to these writing habits in the new year to help grow and improve as a writer.
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Embrace change with these new year’s resolutions for writers that will help freshen up your routine and writing.
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Building an audience that trusts you and looks forward to the content you produce will keep them coming back time and again.
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It’s tempting to just write and submit. But, if you want to be a really good writer, you need to master the craft of self-revision.