How to Make Your Words More Memorable

Meg Dowell Writes

I don’t know what to write about tonight.

This happens sometimes. Usually I have no problem sitting down and cranking out a post on schedule to make sure I don’t fall behind. And to make sure you always have something writing related to read about, as if there aren’t already dozens of blogs about writing already out there, most of them probably more insightful than mine.

Trying to make your voice heard as a writer, especially online, is hard. This isn’t a revolutionary statement. Everyone has something to say about every topic. Everyone has an opinion they feel the need to share — and one they have every right to share, mind you.

What makes you different? What makes ME different?

A better question in moments like these might be: What is it about the way you say things that will make people remember it well enough so that they…

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