by Lyn Lomasi, Write W.A.V.E. Media Staff
It's always good to establish yourself in a topic. However, sometimes it's good to be spontaneous as well.
Jump in and do something you don't usually do to give your readers something different. When you fall into your typical pattern, it may appear to your readers that your main habit (or group of habits) is all you know.
Being spontaneous with your writing helps readers get to know you, keeps them interested in coming back for more, shows clients and potential clients what you're capable of, and also may bring in new readers who may not have noticed you otherwise. Plus, it's good for you as well. Spontaneity can help develop writing skills you may not have exercised before.
Have you ever been spontaneous in your writing?
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Lyn Lomasi & Richard Rowell are life & business partners. Owners of the Write W.A.V.E. Media network, they are your content superheroes to the rescue! Running their network, tackling deadlines single handedly, and coaching fellow writers & entrepreneurs to be thought leaders is their top priority. While rescuing civilians from boring content and marketing, they conquer the world, living the RV life and making Crafts For A Purpose with their awesomely crazy family while recounting The Nova Skye Story, along with Kymani’s Travels. They also strive to one day cuddle with lions and giraffes. Until then, they’ll settle for furry rescue kitties and doggies.
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