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HOW DABBLER WRITERS BECOME PROFESSIONALS

They do it ... with self ... and ... may not be one of the best writers around, but I've got ... and self ... (which comes from ... because I love what I d

They do it regularly: with self discipline and dedication.

I may not be one of the best writers around, but I've got
dedication and self discipline (which comes from motivation,
because I love what I do - although it's very hard work).
I try to have fun, whilst I try to earn a living.

Top writers WRITE AND REWRITE - many times over, so the
words flow better each time.

They aim for perfection - very, very hard to achieve; although
one can always improve.

Every time I go through a manuscript, I change things (like
repetitive words, incorrect grammar and punctuation) to try to
get the words to flow better... but one has to draw a halt
somewhere, otherwise my books would never get published.

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HOW TO AVOID COMMON MISTAKES
What do you think are the most common mistakes
of new writers?

Take a coffee break while you do this short
assignment.

My immediate thoughts:

repetitive words

incorrect grammar

incorrect punctuation

using too many words

The art of good writing, I believe lies in brevity, so omit all
unnecessary words.

It makes the sentence flow more rhythmically, more swiftly.
I find reading a very cerebral (impressive word) activity, that
demands a lot of concentration- so make a conscious effort to
write in a style that's easy to read . Try to make your reading
so easy on the eye, that a child can enjoy (and appreciate) your
writing style.

Now you have all the tools and the talent there should not be
anything to stop you indulging in your creative pursuits. I hope
this information may be helpful to you in your creative writing

"If a man has talent and cannot use it, he has failed. If he has
a talent and uses only half of it, he has partly failed. If he has a
talent and learns somehow to use the whole of itArticle Submission, he has gloriously
succeeded and has a satisfaction and a triumph few men ever know."
-- Thomas Wolfe

"Everyone has a talent. What is rare is the courage to
follow the talent to the dark place where it leads."
-- Erica Jong

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Craig Lock is an author of numerous books and the
creator of the ORIGINAL online creative writing
course. http://www.nzenterprise.com/writer/creative.html



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