A Walk to Writing


Writing is often described based on how the describer looks at it. Some want to write better without the help of others, but they couldn’t make it. If we write without taking ourselves special, we will see successful changes in our writings. Often bragging is what is delaying our progress. We have to walk, stumble, stand up and walk again. Never think we reach any point.

I am never good in writing, although I gave myself to it, learning one or two things.

Writing to Discover Writing

If you think writing sounds as if doing it is like copying note from the board, you will probably regret. I was initially taking it as recording thoughts, but there are thoughts that are truly useless. Sometimes when you read a novel up to 20 chapters, you may have such intermediate feelings that you can write something even more reasonable than it, but how wrong you are! If you know how long the writer practices to emerge with it, you may probably think he suffers because he is not much talented in the field, but wrong!

Start playing a piano and see if you can master it in a day. Writing is more difficult like learning how to play piano. Even genius in the field largely learn. But I’m not talking of those assignments you were given to quickly accomplish during your school days. I am talking of remarkable creative writing. If you try to write it over night and succeed, you will definitely discover how unworthy you are, but it is this discovery that will hone your writing ability.

Random Writing

Random writing simply means writing (as a profession) about several aspects – health, relationship, cars, travel, politics, religion, etc. Most professional writers deliberately talk of how they write randomly. They wait for order and go forth to do a little research on it. Using internet is the fastest way. Searching about the topic given, if you are lucky, you will come across an article that is like the one you are told to write. PLEASE DON’T COPY: if you do, you are spoiling your career.

Kevin Fontwell, BZAU.com, talks about the danger of copying someone’s work. In his words:
‘Just be sure you don’t plagiarize as copying and pasting work will flag up all sorts of problems for any one trying to post your work on their website. Remember the idea is not to copy but to look for inspiration.’

To be a random writer, one needs to read widely to save one’s time and money instead of thoroughly searching for answers using internet. It really helps you write more faster. The point is if you know the areas you can’t write about, visit the nearest library and read about those areas, noting the necessary vocabularies used. Vocabularies are the tools with which writers work. Another simple way, Kevin Fontwell says, is ‘Hunt around for an article that covers the topic you have been asked to write about and put it into your OWN words. I have made over $11,000 in two years and have had to extend the lead time I submit articles as I was getting in too much work following a Fiverr promotion of my gig.’

Chances are for anyone who chooses to come to OUR field.

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