Sunday, January 6, 2008

Three fundamental ingredients of good writing

First of all, ideas are hard-to-cage elusive creatures. And then once we have been fortunate enough to secure a collection of thoughts to work with, we need to wrestle them into some sort of coherent order, all the while deciding which to keep for further development and which we need to discard.

Understandably, many never get past this initial pre-writing stage.

This does not need to be the case. The most talented, so-called natural writers schedule regular time to work at the craft. They know that writing is a skill that can be practiced and mastered the same as any other. They treat writing much the same as many of us approach golf, cooking, or any other hobby.

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