what makes a good writer?


Good writing is like a good teaching, to explain, to make things a little bit clearer and to make sense of structure even if it’s just a little idea descriptions. Good writing is simple but not simplistic, it has logic, structure and good understanding to the reader. The good writer having simple phrases to describe the good things, it has many ideas that are interesting and important for the reader. Remember!


A good writer has correct information about what he/she is writing about. The most important part about a good writer is self and own writing structure, if it’s boring to you it’s boring to your reader.


A good writer reads a lot, if you are not a good reader, then you are not a good writer. In my opinion, the writer reads all the time. Make a list of your favorite words, books, places and things, it helps you to write.


A good writer has courage to just do it. It takes guts to put yourself out in there in front of the world. You can’t learn that. Don’t confuse the reader, pick a title and stick to it. The most important part is, to make a positive writing. Negative writers are like the car wreck. People may peek out of curiosity but don’t want to see that every day. So be positive in your writing.


Writing is not for the faint of heart, it requires self-discipline, perseverance, a thick and an artful ability to communicate.


Remember those things most of us learned in the middle school English class? Grammar and spelling will never be more necessary tools than for a writing because your livelihood depends on it. Read many times, double, triple and quadruple for typos and common grammatical errors. If English is not your first language, have someone review it for appropriate use of phrases and verbiage. Proofreading is such an easy way to gain entrance to publication.


You don’t have to be perfect, but more than one error in your opening paragraph will shut the door on your potential writing publication.

Happy writing!


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