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Training drills for

Tired of advice like "just read more"?
Master writing with Benjamin Franklin's training drills.

Improve your writing, learn new styles

Use our fully stocked library of great authors and classic titles to quickly improve your writing through practice, recall and creativity!

  • Classics

    learn to emulate the great writers of the past

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    learn how top marketers shape their messages for more user engagement (social media, sales copy, email newsletters)

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    add in your own custom, private content

Learn like Franklin

Benjamin Franklin knew that learning to become a profilic communicator wasn't just about reading or writing more, the secret was leveraging the power of recall to quickly learn writing styles.
Seven simple, challenging drills designed to improve your writing and recall abilities. Expand your vocabulary and creativity with engaging content.
Benjamin Franklin used these techniques to better be able to express his opinions through writing - you can do the same.
Benjamin Franklin
Born into poverty, Benjamin Franklin dropped out of school at age 10. According to his autobiography, teenage Franklin struggled with writing, so he created 7 drills to teach himself.

These 7 drills turned him into one of the most accomplished American writers of all time!

Unleash your limits.

Get instant access to curated great works of fiction and non-fiction. Upload and track your own library of content from your favorite authors, great emails, fun advertisements or content you want to work with!

Find great new writing styles, add them to your library and start your drills. You'll see all of your progress and learning metrics quickly and clearly all tracked and recorded to your account.

Learn new writing styles, expand your vocabulary and improve your ability to confidently communicate in any situation.

What Users are Saying

"FranklinWrite streamlines the process of studying your favorite authors, so you can improve your craft with better efficiency. This is a tried and true method updated and revitalized. Do yourself a favor and try it out. I've noticed a huge improvement in my own writing."
J. T. Hamilton
J. T. Hamilton
Short Story Author
"Using this tool, even just a few times, has really sharpened my perception - last time I sat down to read a book, I could watch myself mentally editing it. FranklinWrite is like 'Teach yourself writing: the video game'."
Vegard Beyer
Vegard Beyer
Co-founder at Future Matters Project
"As an aspiring writer, I am grateful that FranklinWrite exists. FranklinWrite eases much of the friction associated with Benjamin Franklin's drills so we can all get better at crafting the kind of sentences we love to read."
Ananthu M.C.
Ananthu M.C.
Aspiring Writer
"FranklinWrite has helped me greatly with its deliberate approach to writing through automated drills and immediate feedbacks that you can previously only get from a live tutor. I couldn’t recommend it more!"
Kent Dong
Kent Dong
Student at Cornell University
"FranklinWrite is such a steady way to practice and improve writing, the one thing most aspiring artists like me need the most."
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José Eduardo Bohórquez
Aspiring Writer from Ecuador
"Just wanted to say I've done this 2 times this morning and saw significant improvement - both in time, and my ability to remember/write the passage. It improved in the way that I learned how to write it so I remember what the actually passage was."
Avriel O'Connor
Avriel O'Connor
UX/UI Designer and Design team manager

For the serious.

For the diligent.

For the dreamer.

"When people today hear about what Franklin did, they generally marvel not at the brilliance of his practice design but at his ability to carry it through. It seems like so much work. The truth is that in theory anyone could have followed his routine; anyone still can, and it would be highly effective. But nobody does it, not even students who are studying writing."

Geoff Colvin, Author of Talent Is Overrated

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