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Today, I’m going to talk to you about knowing your weaknesses. This should seem obvious, but is it really? So many people have weaknesses but aren’t aware of it. Some people say, “I’m good at so many things. I can’t think of a weakness.” I can think of several for you.

One is not even knowing you have a weakness.

Every writer has a weakness. Whether it be not enough description (like mine is), or having too much description, or maybe even bogging the entire story down in dialogue. Nobody wants to just read about people talking the entire time. Trust me.

You have to know your weakness. You can never improve your writing if you don’t. You’re only as good as your weakest point. Don’t let that stop you. Improve on your weakness, and maybe, just maybe, people will see your writing and notice your improvement. The more your readers notice your improvement, the more they will tell people about you, and the more exposure you get. Now, doesn’t that sound nice?

So, what are your weaknesses? Let me know in the comments.

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Keep the faith, writers. I believe in you all.