Writing is the hardest thing I ever did. And I’ve always been bad at it. But, as with everything else, with enough practice and dedication, it can get better. It will get better.

All the great writers I know say you have to write every day for at least one year to get good and even more to get noticed.

Because it takes so long to receive feedback (good or bad), most people quit. There’s no one there so they quit.

That’s why I’m building dashcopy – a community for people who want to become better writers and support each other by exchanging meaningful and helpful feedback.

The development starts this week and the first feature will be the ability to publish syntax posts showing poor vs improved writing. Over time, I’m hoping it will grow to become a valuable resource for all writers out there.

Stay tuned.