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Difference between good and poor writing
There are 10 authors and publishers, from Cicero to Stephen King, who offer their thoughts on the difference between good and evil authors. Do you know what, it's so fun. It will always be very difficult for a good author to fill a page. It will always be easier for a lousy writer.
First, good spelling is to master the basics (vocabulary, language, stylistic elements) and then fill the third layer of the tool box with the right tools. Secondly, while it is not possible to turn a poor writer into a skilled writer and it is also not possible to turn a good one into a great writer, with much work, devotion and help in time it is possible to turn a merely skilled one into a good writer.
An inferior writer is a writer who always says more than he thinks. If we want a true understanding, a good writer - and here we must be cautious - is a writer who says no more than he thinks. It' s the abuse and excessive use of buzzwords from which the good writer must protect himself.
There is a distinction between a good writer and a poor writer, both in the order of his words and in his choice. Some authors are poor in terms of their grammatical, syntactical and grammatical accuracy and only sin by their insensibility to the sound. They are often among the poorest authors of all.
But, on the whole, it can be said that poor typing goes to its roots: As much of the speech is of metaphoric origins, a poor writer will encode metaphor in a sentence, often in a sentence..... Qualified authors always check what they have written. Better than skilled authors - good authors - investigate their impact before they put it down:
Poor authors never investigate anything. Authors must withdraw and select other options, watch more and sometimes have poor headsaches until they invent something. This is the difference between a good writer and a poor writer. The good writer does not pretend it and tries to make it look to himself or to the readers as if there were a consistent and likely whole when there is no such thing.
But when the writer is on the right path, it comes to a happy coincidence; his propositions have more significance and creative force than he anticipated; he has new insight; and the volume "writes itself". "Everyone who types is striving for the same. In a nutshell, the tough thing in this way, in a few words.
A good writer is just like a good dresser. Poor typing is like a poorly clad lady - inappropriate accentuation, poorly selected colours. And the less proficient the author, the vociferous his protest about the cut. A good author relies on an editorial staff; they would not think of posting something that no journalist has ever known. Poor authors speak of the untouchable rhythms of their fiction.
To be a good writer, I have to be willing to be a poor writer. And, lastly, here is a joyless remark for good writer by the British writer and essays writer Zadie Smith: