Writing Motivation #3

Doing it all the time, whether or not we are in the mood, gives us ownership of our writing ability. It takes it out of the realm of conjuring where we stand on the rock of isolation, begging the winds for inspiration, and it makes it something as do-able as picking up a hammer and …

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Is Your First Draft A Far Cry From How You Would Like Your Finished Story To Read?

Rewriting a useless first draft can be frustrating. So, do not take your first draft for granted especially when you are writing a novel. Treat it with the same seriousness with which you would regard your finished work. The only difference will be that the rewriting and editing is left out. What first draft like? …

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Simple Ways You Can Improve The Clarity Of Your Content


Generally, written contents require clarity and unless you are out to confuse your audience, you need to keep it clear.

Before you begin to write, you need to do the following to help you clarify your content better.

Understand Your Content

To write a content that is clear to your audience, you need to have a thorough understanding of the topic. You don’t want to write without first of all exploring what its all about. Make your thorough research and get the important points.

Understand Your Audience

You need to understand your audience so as to know how to present your content to them in a way that they will understand. What language do they understand? Are they minors or matured minds? What do they know about the topic? What are they likely to find difficult?

Write With Clarity In Mind

Follow the following tips to nail clarity of content;

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