10 Key Points In How To Voice Your Writing

1. Write all the time! Develop a strong style.

2. Get opinions from other people, get their input

3. Write and rewrite until you love it

4. Don’t let anyone change your style of writing, keep with it but take suggestions

5. Use you! Use everyday occurrences, incorporate your own life to make it more relatable

6. Have thinking periods. Sit and think about how you perceive the world through your own eyes

7. Love, and be loved. Use emotion! Incorporate every emotion you’ve ever felt, draw them in

8. Use ideas, dreams, or thoughts you’ve had that mentally intrigue you

9. Explore, go out and look at scenery, describe it and dream about it. Imagine your story taking place there, how would you describe it in your style? Try writing a rewriting until you’ve found how it works best for you

10.  Find music. Listen to different types of music that you like and find the lyrics. Same with books. Look at how they are written, why do you like it so much? What is it about the writing you love? Use that to identify your own style

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Things To Improve On In My Writing

Well seeing as writing is never perfect, I would think write a few things. Even perfect writing is never perfect. Perfection is not a reachable thing, there is always room for improvement. I think, though, that the thing I’d need to improve on the most is consolidating my style. Style is not a very hard thing to develop, it is simply just how you write. Making it better, improving it, and elaborating on your style are the things that people have the most trouble with.  I find my writing pretty self explanatory, and others either find it unique, exciting, and very interesting, or if they don’t understand, they find it very nebulous. Nebulous is my style though, I’ve always found myself to be a more in-depth and abstract perspective writer. I suppose to fix it and to reach out to any reader, I should incorporate some fine detailing and solid plot. Making a shell of my writing to give a reader a good grip on the points I’m trying to get across. I started developing my style in grade 2 because I was in an advanced program and was reading at a grade 12 level with full comprehension. Style is something that is unique to every hand, yet very hard to grasp. To improve on style, I have been using this website    http://creativewritingprompts.com/    for good writing prompts, and then creating a mini scenario and re-developing it until it reaches the standards that I approve of. Afterwards, I get other people to read it and add in things so that I can appeal to other senses of intellect. This helps me integrate thoughts of real people and real readers. Developing and improving my style has always been difficult, but I will push myself to the limit!