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The popular article distribution site, today revealed the seven main tips for writing like a professional writer.


(Thursday, April 26, 2012) York, UK – The successful article distribution service, today revealed seven important tips for writing like a professional writer. 

The writer of the blog post says “I’ve already told you about a few common habits of professional writers–they tend to write in the morning and work in quiet and secluded areas. Next week we’ll be starting the “Wake Up & Write!” challenge where we work on implementing the early morning writing part.”

The tips include not trying to get all the writing done in one day.  It is better spread this out over several days since a marathon session of writing a number of articles in one go is not always the best plan.  This is just plain common sense really–work will be of higher quality when it is approached fresh, so for any given article it helps to come at it “fresh” multiple times. This is what many professional writers do.

Writing should be started early – really early!

As the article submission service states “This is the tip that we’re applying to next week’s “Wake Up & Write!” challenge. We’ll be getting up before most of the people in our neighborhoods and sitting at our calm and quiet (hopefully!) work spaces to get some writing done.”

It is also important to implement a pre-writing ritual since it’s hard to go from being in a dream state to being totally awake and ready to create something. There has to be some sort of transition, some way to get the writer into the right mindset for writing.  Remember though - don’t spend too much time on the ritual!

Writing in a quiet and removed location is also recommended.  The writers in the study went to extreme lengths to ensure that they would not be disturbed and would not be distracted by anything human or technological.

Have a time limit for the writing session–at least one hour, but no more than three. Determine how long this session is going to be and then, when the limit is reached, stop writing.  The strategy behind this is that the next day, there is something to pick up on from the previous day, which makes starting the new day of writing easier.

For further details and to take part in the “Wake Up & Write” Challenge go to the blog post at


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