Write Your Story

By Marjorie J McDonald


You are the only 1 that could tell your story or write about your knowledge as it is the information from your viewpoint. Each person sees events from a different point of view so your approach is just as important as the next persons. It can relieve a great deal of stress and writers block if you just recognize that one point.

Ever heard information and did not get it until someone else told you the same information in a different way? Well, that is what happens to your reader. A few of the people see movies, some can hear the information, some feel and connect to that part of your info.

People might be in a position to connect with the way that you write better than how someone else has given them the information. Having confidence to express your perspective on any subject realizing that there'll be those who connect and those that don't is what makes it so easy to start to write.

You have a point of view and somewhere there will be an audience who can understand the info from your approach. Just write and share your creative story with your reader of what your idea or perspective is about and go on to the next article, story or kind of writing you would like to do. Get over needing to have anyone approve of you and you will be astounded by the amount of folk who will.

Attempt to tell your reader the info, show them photographs by your word outlines and include the feelings about how you're feeling about what you are writing as well as the sensations of the characters you are writing about or the others who are involved with the tale.

Keep these keys handy when writing:

Did they see my word pictures?

Did they hear my story by the way I was telling it?

Did they feel the emotions of who I was writing about and/or the events that were included?




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