Motivation is not all there is in writing.
What are some of your best practices in making writing as a habit? Are there particular tips you can give for someone who has not been writing for a while but hopes to get back on track?
A writing friend of mine once said, "You can't hide good writing." Read the classics. Dickens is a master.
by Kathleen Odenthal 4 years ago
Is there a difference between good writing and quality writing?I read a lot of hubs that are covering great topics, hitting key points and written in an engaging manner, but they have many grammatical errors. Now, I may be a bit of a grammar and spelling snob, but I feel like those two elements are...
by Cobrafan 7 years ago
What is your motivation for writing?Some days it's hard to drag yourself out of bed, let alone write something that people will want to read. What is it that really motivates you to write?
by Recipe Gal 7 years ago
What is some good advice to becoming a better writer?I would love for my writing to flow better, be more natural and entertaining, and feel less contrived.
by Wayne Brown 8 years ago
Who is the better judge of your writing...you or the reader?
by Chris Mills 4 years ago
Good writing won't save a bad story. Bad writing won't necessarily kill a good story. Thoughts?I read something along these lines recently and I can't remember who wrote it. King? Hemingway? There's no excuse for poor writing, but I'm thinking about the value of a good...
by Lois Ryan 3 years ago
What book are you currently reading?I am reading Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. Trying to read more of the classics and love it so far.
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