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Are you looking for some new fiction to read? Wanna read some new New Zealand…
Tweets are fine, but really what people want is long-form content. By that I mean, well-written and interesting articles, essays and blog posts that really dig down into issues and content. But how are YOU going to get started writing great long-form content?
What should I read during the Covid-19 Lockdown? You should read Te Kererū by SG Smith. Free download and free audio introduction here.
Long-form. There are just three things you need to know if you want to write long-from content. And this is true for writing blogs and articles on online or in an academic context.
Long-form writing is a craft… and you need a mini-apprenticeship. You also need a system. I can show you how to create your own DIY mini-apprenticeship using my system
Writing makes me anxious… What should I do? If writing essays or long-form content terrifies you then you need to know that this is normal and that there is a way to address and even harness this fear
The thing about long-form written content is that there’s a demand for it. People want to read beyond the 280 characters of twitter and messaging *if it’s good quality*
So you can write 280 characters. So can a lot of people. That’s the size of a big tweet or message on social media. But what happens beyond that?
Check out Te Kererū Book 1, The Nest by Susan Smith