Thursday, September 13, 2018

How to Write More

by Tony Thomas

To write more, first, you must write. Sounds simple, doesn’t it? It begins with a single word.

That word turns into a sentence. That sentence turns into a paragraph. Paragraphs turn into pages. And so on.

To get the single words that you need to build pages, begin to think in keywords—single words that encapsulate rich ideas that you can build upon. 

These words can be unpacked and expanded to create ideas and sentence structures that form the skeleton of your written composition. These keywords will make it easier to start writing. They stimulate your brain.

They are like a small flame that turns into a raging fire.