You’ve heard people say that the best way for writers to improve is to read, read, read. It’s true! When writers read, we soak up strategies and skills that can only improve our writing. If you want to supercharge that growth, why not get intentional about your reading and learning? In today’s live session, we’ll break down a simple process to help you identify what’s working in your favorite books and make those same strategies work in your own writing.



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