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Misconceptions about Writing

Who you’re as a writer ?
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"There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed." - Ernest Hemingway
  • I am an awful writer ’. First draft always contains mistakes but You can improve, You can improve by revising. Don’t give up at first. You will become better by the passage of time.
  • ' Writing Talent ’ it is not necessary in writing to be extra talented. You can write how you’re, who you’re. Practice & Be better.
  • ' Academic writing ' , you don’t need to write academically. You can write as you want. There is no need to make your writing to fit in a specific genre. Write as you want & as you feel.
  • Expand your horizons, try new styles. Learn new things. Read read read, it'll help you a lot.
Read a thousand books and your words will flow like a river. ~Virginia Woolf
  • " English writing is not my thing , Practice & try just as you do in learning any other art like painting, knitting etc.
  • ' I’m not writing the same way others are writing. It’s completely okay to write different. Everyone has his own style.
  • I can’t do that like professional writers & my friends etc. Find who you’re as a writer.
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  • I'm an average writer . Being average is fine. You can always improve your writing, there is no limit for improving writing. You can always improve more & more by reading more & practice writing.
“One day I will find the right words, and they will be simple.” ― Jack Kerouac

Writing is much more than writing to me.
So I will say feel free to write whatever you like & however you like. Express yourself. I will recommend you to use whi articles because it’s a positive platform. It will help you to become more confident. Here Hearters encourage each other very well.

So what are you waiting for, Start writing...
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Reference

Basic idea of this article is taken from an episode “misconceptions of writing” of “words on words podcast”.

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