Write More Better: a new eBook on writing well

I wasn’t a writer until I was one, and I didn’t plan on being one at all. I started writing out of pure desperation. It wasn’t a perceived calling. I didn’t have a fire in my bones or any such thing. I was thrown into a writing job and needed to figure out how to not suck at it.

I approach giving advice on how to write well cautiously because of this. This is not because I don’t know what to say, but because I often feel like I’m making it up as I go along (even when I’m not). Nevertheless,

If you’re in the same boat I was a few years ago, or are just looking for some advice on how to write well, this book is for you: Write More Better: Unoriginal (but helpful) tips for writing well:

This is not the work of someone who has “arrived” or anything like that. Nor is a “here I write, I can do no other” type piece. Just as in the blog series that preceded it, what you’re going to find in its pages that follow are the tips that I’ve found helpful on the journey to becoming a writer.

Download a copy of Write More Better: Unoriginal (but helpful) tips for writing well.

I hope you find the book helpful. Enjoy!

Posted by Aaron Armstrong

Aaron is the author of several books for adults and children, as well as multiple documentaries and Bible studies. His latest book, I'm a Christian—Now What?: A Guide to Your New Life with Christ is available now.

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10 Replies to “Write More Better: a new eBook on writing well”

  1. […] a fan of playful writing and treating writing as art (points I discuss in greater detail in the Write More Better eBook), it’s easy to forget that communicating simply is an art, […]

  2. You took the words out of my mouth (sorry for the cliche). I was planning to write on these topics. I suppose I still can; my venue is different than yours. Thanks for the good words.

    1. You’re welcome! Thank you for the encouragement 🙂

  3. Won’t. Download. Says file is damaged.

    1. Very odd. I just tried it again (on multiple devices) and it worked (made sure I wasn’t logged in to Dropbox, as well). Try this link and let me know: http://bit.ly/1vTYOQR

  4. Thanks Aaron. I will utilize this, and utilize it often. Heck, I will utilize the stuffing out of it.

    1. I had a feeling you would do that.

      1. I aim to please.

  5. Thanks Aaron. I will utilize this, and utilize it often. I will utilize he stuffing out of it.

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