Write what you know. But, don’t let that stop you from asking questions and writing about what you learn.
Read a lot. You become a better writer when you read what other people write and learn from them.
Write like you speak. It’s easy to put on a tone when writing and use words you wouldn’t normally use. While there is a time for that, it’s more refreshing and genuine to write like you speak.
Write short sentences. A meaningful short sentence is better than a long sentence with unnecessary words.
Find the time. For a long time I didn’t write. I was busy, I was tired, or I wasn’t inspired. Although writing can be hard, sitting down to write can be harder.
“All I ask is that you do as well as you can, and remember that, while to write adverbs is human, to write he said or she said is divine.”Stephen King