Let’s start from what you’ve probably already got used to – reading! Read as much as you can. Even if you deal with a book that doesn’t hook your attention, try to figure out why the creative writing actually does not attract you. Are the characters of the book too thin? Or perhaps there are too many digressions in the context? The point is that you have a great opportunity to learn way more from a poor book extract than from the one written brilliantly! Make sure to take notes of how your favorite book author builds tension or sets a book scene. Take a glance at poets and of how they make use of imagery and line breaks.
Set aside enough time every single day for writing even if it takes only 15 minutes. Work out a list of goals, for instance, 2 000 words or a complete chapter in one session. Keep in mind that the more you actually write, the far you will finally get! Moreover, it’s always hard to jump back into the process once you have taken your time off from it.
Work out times exercises for the writing process. For the writers of fiction, it is recommended to place three characters having a fiery argument while standing in the bank line. Then, have some woman appear with a gun in her hands and tell every one in the room to get down straight away. Have your characters act in response and possibly still arguing.
Non-fiction authors and poets can make a try to recall some memory or event right from their child years. Make a list of as many details as you can keep in your mind in three minutes.
Get rid of clichés from the content you are producing. The point is that they will immediately turn every piece of writing into something stereotypical and trite, so take it away or at least bring in some twist on them in order to make your content stand out.
Get 100% satisfaction in the process. When you’re reading the works of such authors as J.K. Rowling or John Grogan, from the very first sentence you can experience (actually feel!) the pleasure that they received while arranging words on the page! Even if you have to deal with a tough assignment for a college class, do your best to concentrate on particular aspects that you actually enjoy even if there are not many of them. When you’re done, read what you’ve written out loud in order to figure our whether you going to trip or to drift. Do not TELL, but SHOW what you want your reader to know using appropriately chosen words. Overloaded exposition can destroy any piece of writing!