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Why as a reader you should be supporting other writers. As a writer, you can share your wisdom through your writing tips and stories of success. As a reader though you hold all the power. Think about your favourite author. You buy their books, pre-order their new editions and recommend their books. You as the reader have the power to make or break an author. The easiest way to thank these authors for their amazing work is by leaving a positive review. How many of you do this for every read? This reader power is also true on Medium. The first change we saw on Medium was for reading time to be converted into payment. This system personally changed the reader in me. I stopped skim reading and started digesting the work of others.
Editing polishes writing into something others want to read. On average it should take as long to edit a post as it does to write it. I am a firm believer in letting posts sit for a day before I give a final edit and publish, you may feel differently. There have been a few posts that I have written, edited and published in all in one sitting. These tend to be the more personal posts, that I am afraid I will lose my nerve to publish if I leave them.
It is that time of the year when everyone looks back on their yearly achievements. Medium is saturated with how I did this year posts. Although these posts will be extensive, they all have their place. As writers by reading how other writers improved their goals can help us. So here is my number one tip for achieving, as well as I did this year. Keep your goals where they can be seen and revisit them regularly. You need read no further, if you want more insight then stick with me.
A couple of days ago I wrote a post dedicated to one person’s, response on a story. The post showed all writers, the applications to use to improve your writing. Free Applications to Improve and Help All Writers In answer to a comment on one of my articles.medium.com It was a lot of fun to … Continue reading Do You Have a Question About Writing?