Articles tagged as Reader
Writing and Self-examination
Posted on April 25, 2023 by Franklyn Helfinstine
Good writing requires self-examination.How come one writing? What area of the writer will undoubtedly be distributed to readers? Might it be only information or does it are the essence of the writer? This, then determines exactly what will be written: poetry, essays, articles, short stories, novels, or any genre of writing.A writer's work must share section of their being, or it really is merely reporting...
The Self-indulgent Writier
Posted on March 18, 2023 by Franklyn Helfinstine
A writer can't ever be self indulgent whether writing fiction, non-fiction, or poetry.If one writes and then please one's self, the probability of publication becomes remote.Editors and agents can be aware of this author quickly and dismiss such writing with a short rejection slip.Although self-gratification is definitely part of one's writing, it will not function as most crucial motive for writing...
Self-examination vs Self-indulgence
Posted on June 10, 2022 by Franklyn Helfinstine
Self-examination is brutally honest.Self-indulgence is brutally maudlin.Writing requires the writer to be harshly candid about motive, intent, and goal, which, needless to say, mean self-examination.However, too little sincerity becomes self-indulgence, that is self-pitying.Writers got to know why they're writing, their motive.Could it be for the money, acclaim, or self-satisfaction? Could it be to see, entertain, or convince the reader? Could it be to satisfy a need to titillate, deceive, or subvert the reader? The writer should be sincere when she or he considers the desire...
Posted on November 1, 2021 by Franklyn Helfinstine
Sometime one must coax what out.Each day is really a battle to sit prior to the computer and produce--produce words which are appropriate, produce sentences which are logical, produce paragraphs which are focused, and create a page that's highly relevant to the project--whether this is a poem, a brief story, articles, an essay, or section of a novel.Once the determination was created to sit and produce, then your output seems easier even though you have to wrest what from the blank mind...
Bring Out the Natural Writer in You
Posted on November 18, 2020 by Franklyn Helfinstine
Putting a book together can be daunting.But no, you do not need to hire a ghostwriter.You don't have to do research.Your readers only want answers to their questions and challenges.Do that and you'll compose an easy-to-read, well organized, and persuasive book with 1/2 the normal edits.Save yourself time, frustration and get your book out within a month or so once you use my"Fast-Forward Writing Approaches...
Know Your Editing Choices
Posted on October 25, 2020 by Franklyn Helfinstine
Each author has special editing needs.To save yourself time and money, look at the choices below and decide which kind of editing suits your needs.Line editing.Use this final expert edit after you've already revised your job three times.Your initial revision includes all redundancies, lowering your backup by one-third.On your next line edit, rework all of the words and phrases so they are your best...