Why Will The Write Practice Help You Become a Writer?

Michael Jordan practiced.

Joshua Bell practices.

Tiger Woods practiced. He took his first swing when he was two years old.

Bill Gates practiced.

Pablo Picasso practiced. He started painting when he was seven.

So then why don’t writers practice?

The Write Practice is here to kick-start your practice. You have to write millions of words no one is ever going to see before you can write the ones that will change someone’s life.

Fifteen minutes a day, five days a week, you will practice with fresh writing prompts, unique lessons on technique, and an encouraging, supportive community to give you feedback. As you learn how great writers found their voices, you’ll grow into yours. And you’ll be on your way not just to publishing, but to publishing something people will actually want to read.

What Other People Say About The Write Practice

More than any other writing blog, I’ve found the feedback from Joe and the other readers on everybody’s contributions the best way for me to polish my writing. —Audrey Chin, Published Author

There are so many worthy writing blogs out there, but what makes this one unique is how extremely practical and relevant it is. It’s focused and intentional, providing exactly what every writer needs: PRACTICE. —Jeff Goins, Author and founder of Goinswriter.com

All my successes stem from the encouragement you’ve given me and others through your site and course. —Mirel Abeles I

love this blog, both as a writer and a person interested in seeing other writers succeed. Joe’s insights are good for both new and accomplished writers, and the exercises keep his readers writing and learning every day. —Mark Almand, Author and Professional Editor

If there is a specific category for “encourages the art of writing in everyone,” I believe you have your winner. —Gord Mayer

I found Joe and The Write Practice, and now I’m writing again. ‘Nuff said. —Ryan Rhiel

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Who is The Write Practice?

Joe Bunting

Joe Bunting is a writer, father of two book-loving boys, and the owner of too many typewriters. His organization, The Write Practice, has helped over 8 million people become better writers. He and his wife, Talia—of the extraordinary food blog taliabunting.com—splits their time between Atlanta, GA and Santa Barbara, CA. You can follow Joe on Twitter and Facebook.
Liz BuremanLiz Bureman has a more-than-healthy interest in proper grammatical structure, accurate spelling, and the under-appreciated semicolon. When she’s not diagramming sentences, she edits for the Write Practice, causes trouble in Denver, and plays guitar very slowly. She occasionally blogs, but only when she feels like it.
The Magic ViolinistThe Magic Violinist is a young, aspiring author who writes mostly fantasy stories. She loves to play with her dog and spend time with her family. Oh, and she’s homeschooled. You can visit her blog at themagicviolinist.blogspot.com.
Monica ClarkMonica is a lawyer trying to knock out her first novel. She lives in D.C. but is still a New Yorker. You can follow her on her blog or on Twitter (@monicamclark).
Pooh Hodges, the cat who writesPamela Hodges is a writer and an artist. She writes with wit and honesty about art, creativity, and her life with three cats, two dogs, and seven litter boxes at ipaintiwrite.com. You can connect with her on Facebook and Twitter, or check out her art here.

Emily WenstromBy day, Emily Wenstrom is the editor of short story website wordhaus, author social media coach, and freelance content marketing specialist. By early-early morning, she is E. J. Wenstrom, a sci-fi and fantasy author whose first novel, Mud, was released in March 2016.

Kellie McGannKellie McGann is the author of the soon-to-be-released memoir Uprooted. You can read her blog, kelliemcgann.com, and follow her on Twitter (@McgannKellie). She contributes to The Write Practice every other Wednesday.