Three Rules for Writing in the 21st Century

“Our job as writers is to make it as easy as possible for our readers to grab the next line and hold on to it for dear life.”

Smart writers recognize readers no longer consume information in the same way they used to and adapt accordingly.

To help you do so, Niklas Göke offers three rules for writing in the 21st centuryincluding to format for curiosity, avoid using the same words over and over again, and condense the hero’s journey.

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