The art of sharing experiences in an engaging narrative or storytelling, has not been lost in the Internet age. In fact, the need for storytelling has amplified as both readers and publishers search hungrily for informative articles as told through first-hand experience.
Balancing story and informative content is the key to success.
Think first, write later. Many authors struggle with writer’s block – staring blankly at a piece of paper or screen, berating themselves. If you want be an author, you have to write! If you want to be a writer, you first have to be a thinker. You will avoid writer’s block by simply thinking first and writing later.
Focus the direction of topic by choosing a single word as a theme. For example, righteous, serendipity, fun, change, etc., thinking about the word’s definition, origin, general meaning, and specific meanings. This kind of thinking always gets you excited and…
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