How exactly can you explain why people stay glued to a particular writer's blog while avoiding others? Let's examine some of this:
• A good writer writes in clear, unambiguous ways and doesn't let the reader spend time going through something without getting anything actually.
• A good writer uses grammar appropriately. This means that you understand the simple rules of subject and verb agreement, nouns, pronouns, etc.
• A good writer makes an impact with his writing. Even though the primary purpose of creative writing as seen by some people is to entertain while educating, you should leave a CTA (call to action) at the end of your writing.
• A good writer changes with the wave. William Shakespeare flourished centuries ago because his writing matched with the requirements or desires or tastes of works at that time. Write like that today and it won't be appreciated.
• Most importantly, a good writer acknowledges sources he copied. Plagiarism is a crime and truthfully, before the cops come to get the perpetrator, every writer whose work had been plagiarized feels like shooting the perpetrator. I do 😎. Reference people you copied.
Thanks for reading. Next in module 3, we will look at "Where Do Writing Ideas Come From? "
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