How to Build a Writing Practice

The difference between writing and a writing practice is that a writing practice lets you focus on process, product, and improvement.

The other difference between writing and a writing practice is that a writing practice gives you dedicated, structured time to work on a writing project—whether that’s a novel, a screenplay, a personal journal or anything else you want to create.

Want to know where a writing practice can take your writing? Join us in this two-part class and let’s find out together.

Note: This is a two-part class, and we recommend taking some time to practice in-between!

Nicole Dieker has been a full-time freelance writer since 2012. Her work regularly appears at Bankrate, Vox, Haven Life, and CreditCards.com; previously, she’s written for Lifehacker, Popular Science, The Penny Hoarder, The Write Life, NBC News, Unbounce, and KlientBoost. She spent five years as a writer and editor for The Billfold, a personal finance blog where people had honest conversations about money.

She also teaches writing, freelancing, and publishing classes (including online classes), and work one-on-one with freelancers and authors as a writing coach, developmental editor and career adviser.

Nicole’s debut novel, The Biographies of Ordinary People, is a Millennial-era Little Women that follows three sisters from childhood to adulthood. Kirkus Reviews described it as “a shrewdly unique portrait of everyday America.”

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  • 6 Lessons