Today I’m reblogging a wonderful article written by Sue Vincent.
Sue speaks about “Is there is a right way to write?” Sue also talks about what readers are looking for in our writing.
A Quote from this article:
“Writing styles change as quickly as any other fashion. What was acceptable in a Victorian parlour might be deemed unacceptably wordy or ponderous today. There are some basic rules that must be learned and obeyed, of course, in order to make anything readable and there are logical reasons behind them that simply have to do with the way that words can flow. Having said that, were we all to adhere to a single accepted format, the literary world would be a very boring place. A writer’s style is, and must be, as individual as a voice.”
Sue Vincent ~ Echoes of Life, Love and Laughter (by Sue Vincent)
“For a writer, the best thing in the world is to know you have been read and that what you have written has been enjoyed or has struck a chord with a reader. Most of the time, we just don’t know… a book goes out into the world and we hear very little. Sales don’t matter in that respect… you still don’t know. The odd review or a comment always feel like a gift. . . ” Read More by clicking the link below:
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