You’re impatient to become a better writer.
So naturally you love writing tips.
You eagerly devour each new one, hoping to give your writing brain a small but valuable upgrade.
But in practice, new tips appear so regularly that you struggle to keep up.
You don’t know which tips to try and which to ignore, and each new practice is quickly replaced by the next.
One week you’re trying to use more emotion in your writing. The next, fewer adjectives. After that, it’s all about empathy.
You end up switching tactics so often that you can’t tell which tips are working and which are simply wasting your time.
Surely there’s an answer? A solution must exist that lies somewhere between trying everything and ignoring everything.