As a writer, what makes your writing stand out from other pieces of literature?
My zany viewpoint, inside out, upside down, topsy turvy, discomsorbinated!
I like purposefully making grammar and punctuation errors to prove a point. Anyone can follow the rules of writing but it takes skill to intentionally write with "mistakes."
Make you title and lead as compelling and inviting as possible. Make your hub a personal experience article and written from the heart. Make your readers feel as though they are the ones who are experiencing the mentioned circumstance or incident in your article story.
I really don't know the answer to that question. I know I am different. I don't think of myself as very good at all but others seem to really like the flow of my work. I just write what runs through my head as fast as I can before it goes again.
the passion in your writing the loving what you wrote, the not caring if he or she likes it but that you are happy, with your work. the making it the very best. Putting all your time and effort into this affair you enjoy making love with, putting in the hours, the diligence,the patience and after all again and again, the passion.
I am answering this question because I need to write more artist's statements. I hate writing artist's statements.
My writing stands out because I do not follow a single passion or topic. I have multiple pathways of curiosity and will write to a topic or genre when it inspires me to learn something more. When I can find quality factual sources that allow me to do a credible job, I will will write to share an understanding.
My writing stands out because I am a relatively terse writer who hates to over embellish a clear and simple thought. Perhaps I am part of the plain language movement.
Perhaps I am a "jazz" writer. I know plenty (but not all) of the rules, but I love to go beyond the rules to create my own music and dance with the written word.
I am a clown and an unrepentant sarcast in real life. I would be dead right now if it were not for laughter, for making other people laugh, and for testing the mind with satire.
Finally, I live to craft a honking good story that no one else has written before.
I think my writing stands out when I really strive to write quality stuff that is going to grab people's attention. Also I write about what I know and about the things that I am passionate about. I hope this helps.
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