How to be a better writer (for amateurs)

India
June 19, 2008 6:59am CST
I know I’m not a good writer. Not even close. Because I’m an expert I misbehave all the time when it comes to writing. I complicate the simple, yet I still write for fun.
2 responses
• India
19 Jun 08
Hello mayankbhushan. I am a bad writer too, but i try to get into as many discussions as possible and comment on the responses i get and this has helped me improve. Its like try and try until you succeed. Its the same logic. Keep on posting regularly and keep an open eye for views and comments you receive on your responses. They help you improve a lot. this is how your posts start becoming quality ones.
• India
20 Jun 08
Thank you Ankush for responding to this discussion.
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• India
21 Jun 08
never a problem with me. I love creeping into all the discussions i can lay my hands on!!! And exercising my mind, english writing skils and some fun.
@ayessa (1586)
• Philippines
20 Jun 08
It is really hard to be a good writer. Some may say that you are good but other may not see it that way. I personally experience that and I myself is not stisfied to those I already written. Probably writing from your heart will be a good start.
• India
20 Jun 08
Thank you ayessa for good suggestion.
• India
21 Jun 08
Yes writing from the heart usually gives a genuine response and a good one too. Though it takes a lot of time for the ones looking for a fast way to earn money on mylot by posting. You can easily differentiate between one who gives a genuine response and one who is just responding since he has to to earn and increase his posts. This can be done if you look closely at each post you read. One who generally wants to give an opinion and want people to read and use it, would take every pain to keep the response readable, keep proper punctuations and also see that he is grammatically correct. For example - Just like this one!!