Find support to finesse your writing
Do you need support to finesse your writing?
Support can come in a variety of ways.
Below are some places that you could research to assist with finessing your writing:
- Writer’s Centre in your state/city
- Institute of Professional Editors
- Australian Writers’ Centre
Will you sign up for a writing course, engage an editor or find a mentor based on your research?
Regardless of what you need, go and find that help.
You don’t need to do this alone.
Consider who you already know, sometimes these people can be your best resources:
- Business Colleagues
- Social media network
When reaching out to find people to assist you, please think about the following:
- Be clear with your brief and what you want to achieve
- Ask questions and listen
- Take notes
- …And of course Google.
Once you have done all the above, look at what you have gathered.
What have you found?
Will your research assist you to be a better writer? Will you be able to finesse your writing?
Have you found someone to help you? Do you need to do further research?
Set yourself a timeline and get going.
You want to progress. A timeline can assist to keep you on track. Should you keep a diary solely for your book writing to assist you in achieving your goals?
What are you waiting for? Find people to support you. They are waiting for your call. You can do this. I have your back.
Finesse your writing – today.
Whatever it is. Do what you need to do – for you. So you can write and publish your book tomorrow.
We are waiting to read what you have to say.
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