Finding your own unique voice in writing is not something that can simply happen overnight.
When we’re born, we don’t pop out of our mother’s womb conversing fluently in 3 different languages. It takes time to discover how to communicate, and even when we’ve achieved a competent grasp our native language, it’s still a lifelong journey of finding new nuances, learning new words and honing the way we communicate so we can understand – and are understood – more clearly.
So your writing is a natural extension of this. Even when you have that competency in your mother tongue, as a writer you can then go on to develop an original and distinctive writing style. Here are 5 tips to make this a rewarding journey:
Yes i enjoy it because comments motivate to write and they try to do better and also help to analysis your self.
by Right On Time 6 years ago
Do you enjoy writing anyway, without the money?I get a real spiritual release from writing. Just for fun - because work writing is so formatted. What about you?
by Alessia Amnesia 8 years ago
Last night I had 12 followers. Now I only have 11. I am wondering if one person decided to stop following me because I am doing something wrong, so I have a few questions.1. If someone follows you, are you supposed to follow them back?-If this is the case, I feel that it would be simple to gain...
by John M 3 years ago
Hi everyone,Just a question that I am hoping some of you will answer. I have seen SO many excellent hubs here on HP and find myself asking the following question ... do these folks do it for the money or because they love to write?!!I think I know the answer to this but want to ask anyway. Love...
by Haunty 9 years ago
I write 5 hubs a day. 2 of them are quality hubs that I enjoy writing and put my most effort to, the rest are there to share some kind of information I think is interesting. But these are not as good and I actually struggle to write them. So how many of your hubs are you satisfied with?
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