Good writing seems useless nowadays, discarded amidst thoughts condensed and crushed to meet a minimum word count. Its true essence forgotten, good writing is all too often shoved aside for the quicker, shorter, newer means of expression. Has society lost its purest form of communication in a new age of texting and 140-character word limits?   Good writing is hard to find anymore. From a young age, we have been

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Writing a book isn’t a simple thing, despite the fact that reading and writing are not only common skills, but are often thought of as a necessity for everyday life; some level of literacy is required to get through school, to interact with people, to receive and hold a job, and other important activities.   While many people hold the ability to read and write functionally, those skills do not

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Good writing is being able to capture your audience’s attention and inspire them, motivate them, allow them to reflect, or teach them something new. It’s all about the rhetorical tools that you use and what you do to persuade your audience to believe in the same things you do or have them relive memories that they haven’t thought of in a while.   There’s so much that goes into writing

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Good writing is when individuals allow the pen and paper to seep into the ventricles of his or her heart, letting all raw and bleeding, yet hidden and pulsing emotion translate into words that describe the very things that are afraid to be spoken.   Emotion, to the human being, is like uncharted, yet discoverable territory. Words that stem from these emotions, are vanquished by the centerfold of the mind,

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Writing is whatever writing is to you. It’s impossible to pinpoint what writing is because writing is everything. To some people writing is biochemical laboratory papers, but to others writing is a fictional world that takes you far away from the pressures of reality. Writing is everything and everything is writing. Just write what you want to write; personally, I’ve been swayed to write this or that based on what

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Congratulations!   You’ve reached the point where an idea that’s been bubbling in the back of your head is finally ready to germinate into a real idea!   Bad News! It takes a lot of work!   The only way a novel gets written is if you sit down and write it. Now, there are a great many things that can help you make the whole process easier. I should

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Who is a scholar? A widely read person is a scholar. But a creative writer (creator hereinafter) may not have such extensive study. Even without so-called formal education, an individual may be a creator. A scholar makes brilliant result in the examination. In other words, score is the yardstick of a scholar.   The more marks, the more scholar an individual is. On the other hand, a creator, generally, cannot

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Writing a book is easy. Writing a good book is hard. There are more people than you can begin to imagine who dream of making it as a writer. A lot of these people will never see that dream come true because they will never finish their work. They will be “working on their” insert the blank for the rest of their lives or until they simply quit. The biggest

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Writing a book is a daunting task. Just sitting there, staring at a blank, white screen or at a stack of blank, white paper, it is very easy to get intimidated. Can you imagine that? Can you imagine being scared of a ream of paper? 500 sheets of entirely inanimate tree matter and it may as well be a mountain. But, just like every other mountain in the world, people

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