One advice my dad told me about writing was just to write. Worry about the grammar and vocabulary later, what's important is to convey your thoughts by converting them into words. Once you've done that then you can proceed to the technicalities of writing. I have adhered to his advice ever since. Do you think it's necessary to have writing techniques? I feel that techniques are one-dimensional and it may limit one's sense of adventure. However, they may serve as a guide for effective writing. Well, it all boils down to how rich and poignant your ideas are. Ideas develop with time and experience. They are meant to be nurtured and shared. So, I'm looking forward to sharing more with you!
Scorpie wrote on August 1, 2014, 11:42 AM
My wife and I frequently look over each others work before we send it out. Collaboration seems to make everything better.
sheilagamo wrote on August 1, 2014, 12:11 PM
That is great advice