Learning to write is like anything else; the more you practice the better you get. I was or am a musician. In the early years of my training, I practiced the organ so much I drove my parents crazy – not literally, of course! But so much so that one year for Christmas they bought me headphones. I was never sure if it was a gift for me or for them and the rest of my family. At any rate, I could then practice to my heart’s content.
An athlete practices his sport until he can run drills through his mind until his body can execute them flawlessly. A swimmer swims and a runner runs. In order to get good at something you need to do it – whatever the “it” may be. Here are a few examples to get you thinking:
They all have at least one thing in common; they all involve practice! Writing is no different!