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Old 03-02-2011, 06:05 PM   #3
ForwardMotionStruggle
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
From a writing standpoint try to write as you speak...naturally. Don't hesitate to use your personality, and speaking nuances. Also, don't add colorful words you wouldn't normally use in your daily speech.

Write articles about aspect that excite you; write to yourself and for yourself.

Writing is only interesting if it feels natural and personal, is about topics you enjoy. Dry writing, devoid of personality, doesn't connect well.
Thanks again for the help man.
This definitely helped open my mind a bit to the way I should write. Also, I'm looking for your books! I want to get my hands on paper, something tangible.
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