What writers should avoid

Don’t make the same mistakes that hundreds of other writers make

Language is a tool to express your feelings and emotions. You can use it while speaking and if you want to share something with others. But, not everyone is good at using the language effectively and to get the idea across. This requires a special ability to convey your message such that it has the same effect and impact on the other person, which you want. Writing is one of the best ways of sharing your ideas with your readers. But again, you need to be creative and unique about the choice of words and of course you need to be grammatically correct as far as usage of language is concerned. Now if you want to share an amazing story with others and impress them with your writing skills, here are some tips to follow so that you do not make the same mistake as many other writers are making.

Understand the feeling:

Depending on the nature of your piece of writing, you need to sound interesting. This implies that your expressions should grab the attention of your readers. If you have a funny or comic story to tell, the tone of the story should be light otherwise a boring story would not leave the proper impact on the readers’ minds. Similarly, if it is a horror or suspense sort of story, you should change your expression accordingly. Now you must keep it mind that it is not just the choice of words that matters but the sentence structure and the tone of the story counts a great deal to serve your purpose.

Command on Language:

Talking about the sentence structure and layout of any piece of writing, it is important to have full command on the technical aspects of the language. If you do not use the proper vocabulary and grammar, the idea will get across and you will fail to convey your message. Most of the writers try their hand on writing without prior and basic knowledge of the language and therefore, they do not survive in the market for long.

Avoid Fluff:

Now most of the new and enthusiastic writers trying to impress the readers confuse the fluffing of words with the appropriate use of language. Yes! This is the biggest mistake which they make and you should avoid it. The knowledge of language is a must but it is not advisable to use complex words when you start writing anything. This may have a negative impact on the readers if you get something wrong in an attempt to impress them.

Keep it Short and Simple:

Do not use advanced vocabulary at all. A simple worded story will be more effective than the one having difficult words. The readers would get lost in the words of the story instead of understanding it. They would not be able to enjoy the very crux of the matter and might lose interest.
These are just the basic tips, which, if followed, may save your writing career and would improve your readership.

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