I’ve been doing Writing Tip Wednesdays for several months now, with the intention of helping you, my readers, by posting little bits of writing advice that can help anyone, no matter what you’re working on.
But I also started it with the hope of taking the time to learn some new things myself. Unfortunately that hasn’t been happening because I don’t have enough time in my week to work full time, spend time researching and learning, create three thoughtful blog posts, review books, and have a life. And I’m pretty sure I’ve blown through all the tips I can come up with off the top of my head without that extra time. Maybe it’s just because it’s summer and things are extra crazy. I don’t know. But I’ve made a decision . . .
I’m going to make Writing Tip Wednesday a monthly feature rather than a weekly feature.
I’ll plan to post a new writing tip on the last Wednesday of each month. Hopefully this change will help me learn new things so I can give you better writing advice. And maybe in the future it’ll become a weekly feature again, you never know. But for my own sanity and your benefit, this is how it needs to be for now.
I currently have a running list of writing tip post topics, but it’s pretty short. If you have anything you’d like me to post about, please leave a comment and let me know.
Since you probably came here expecting a Writing Tip, here’s some advice from Grammarly.com’s Facebook page: