Your writing sucks. Polish it. Write better.
Oh yeah? Like how?
Stupidly useless advice is plastered all over the internet. You suck. He sucks. She sucks. Write more. Take time to improve this and that.
Yeah, I know that. And? What can you offer to help?
It is easy to diss and piss.
Because you are the one writing, silly twit!
How are you supposed to write better when you forget about you? That’s not going to work, gals and pals. In fact, many of us read this article because that person wrote it.
Have you tried rewriting what this or that top writer wrote? I imagined you did. What are your results?
- Good? Good for you.
- Dismal? Hey, life goes on.
- Near-zero views? Haha, hey man, let’s dine in Writer’s Hell tonight.
And well, you might say I tried.
Of course. No one said you didn’t.
But what is the point of rewriting other people’s lives and experiences? It is not your story. Those words will not ooze authenticity.
And that is what you want.
You want people to read your story and have your life experience enrich theirs.
How do you describe yourself?
- Are you an introvert? Extrovert?
- Are you bookish? Or do you prefer to hit the streets?
- What do you do at work? Are you in sales? Are you in the business of capturing eyeballs?
- How many crazy friends do you have?
- What do you hate? And why?