Some good reads from Paulo Coelho's best books
One of the best things anyone can do, regardless of how good their English skills are, is to read famous or powerful writings of great writers and novelists. This way, you will be able to open your mind with help from awesome writers like Paulo Coelho, who help inspire anyone who wishes to be a better writer. This is especially true for English, as there is a world of writings that help open the mind and assist in developing ideas, get inspired, gain insight, and develop writing skills further. Read some of such famous sentences from a variety of books written by Paulo Coelho and try to imitate him in the way you look at the world and write about it.
Accumulating love brings luck, accumulating hatred brings calamity. (from Manual of the Warrior of Light)
Love is looking at the same mountains from different angles. (the Valkyries)
Ever since time began, people have recognized their true love by the light in their eyes. (Brida)
Love is not to be found in someone else but in ourselves, we simply awaken it. But in order to do that we need the other person. (Eleven Minutes)
The strongest love is the love that can demonstrate its fragility. (Eleven Minutes)
The moment we set off in search of love, it sets off in search of us. And saves us. (By the River Piedra I Sat Down and Wept)
Do not try to explain feelings. Live everything intensely and treasure what you feel is a gift from God. (Brida)
Don't forget that you may not have a style in writting and that is a challenge in producing good material you can be proud of and relate to over the years. So look for ways in which different writer express themselves and learn from them. This can be found in the way good writers construct senteneces and put together information or feelings or even expressions of detail. Go into the way they write and see of you can guess the difference between how different writers vary from one another in how they write, think about things and bring those thoughts together. You don't have to be original, you just have to find an original writer. If you listen to what they have to say, then over time you will establish your own format and style.