In mythical terms, the writers equivalent to the search for the Holy Grail must surely be, “How can I write better?”.
Endless articles, books and courses are created with this one objective in mind.
Experts and academics pontificate on methodology, technique, process.
Even iconic writers contribute to providing a solution by producing their own guide, from Stephen King’s “on Writing” to “The Artists Way” by Julia Cameron. Any writer worth their salt and ego have attempted to solve the problem.
The most pithy analysis to becoming a better writer has to come from Brian Clark from Copyblogger.com.
For me, it is 80% of the solution. By writing as an habitual and consistent practice, you are more likely to hone your craft, especially if you seek feedback and critique.