**********Another recycle because I feel like it.
1. The number one tip is to not plagiarize. Even if it is a dark and stormy night or the best of times and the worst of times, never use another’s idea and present it as your own work. Just because you purchased it off the Internet does not mean it is truly yours!
2. Put air in your text, either by using short indented paragraphs or by putting an extra space between paragraphs that are placed flush margin left. Preferably, that air is unpolluted, cloudy, and even stormy.
If you write in one continuous, dense, sentence-thick block of text, your reader’s eyes glaze over and the weight of the words forces the reader to either skim or give up on your brilliant, innovative writing.
See, now doesn’t all that air make you feel better?
3. Only write with narrow margins, big font, and with really short chapters if you feel like…
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