Have you ever cared to ask why some writers churn out page turners while others don’t?
It is commonplace to find the work of a good writer interesting, engaging and awesome in flow.
You find yourself reading such page turners faster.
But what makes a piece great enough to make you turn to the next page without getting tired?
What drives boredom from the writings of some writers?
Well, today I’m going to tell you one major reason writings could turn out boring.
Last week I was reading a short story online. It was a good story – suspense filled, captivating flow and well described scenes.
But then as I was reading I began to bump into some potholes.
I was irritated and had to stop reading it.
Let me ask you, Have you ever left an article because it was poorly written?
Or better still, Have you ever written a piece only to receive feedback on it saying: “nice concept but please rewrite”?
If you belong to a writing group or work with an Editor, I bet your answer would be yes!
Just as in swimming, the code is to keep the stride and stay afloat, there are a number of codes every budding writer and indeed every writer needs
Last week I’ve wrote about where I go to get inspired to write. However, I’ve come to know that aside such moments when we lack inspiration, there is also another big problem many writers face daily. This is the problem of deciding what to write.
Often times we have more than one thing for which we are itching to write. We have two or more ideas waiting to be penned down.