Reader-centricity

Centric means pertaining to or situated at the center. With that definition, “reader-centricity” implies making your reader central to your writing. Now, that raises the interesting question: Whom are your writing for? Are you writing a personal diary or journal that’s just for you? Are you writing to get something off your chest of out

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First Impression

There’s an expression that goes “You never get a second chance to make a great first impression”. Whatever you’re writing, your first paragraph acts as a ‘Welcome” and as a “hook”. You’re both inviting your readers to get into your work and trying to grab and hold their attention. Share This:

Writers Are Readers

If you’re planning to write a book, or if you’ve already started, read as many books as you can that are like yours. Do this whether you’re writing fiction or non-fiction. Get them from libraries or book stores, or borrow them from friends. Share This: