Writing… What Will It Do for You?

In this blog post the writer notices (because of a literary trip down memory lane) how her writing has changed over the years and during various different stages in her life. Truth this should happen to every writer, as it is not possible to be born perfect, I was reading an early book by a great American author and have to say that it is significantly different to his later works, the point here is every writer should be growing and learning from their work and it matters not whether you are writing an addiction and recovery blog or the next great novel the same should be true, you will learn to construct you work different, you will go through phrases and at some tackle head-on a project which many years ago you felt impossible.

Every writer should grow, it is an essential part of being a writer, growing can be about writing more empowering sentences or it can be about tackling unknown subjects. Writing is more than constructing a grocery list, make it count.


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5 Replies to “Writing… What Will It Do for You?”

  1. Peter, thanks so much for the reblog!!!

    1. Peter B. Giblett says: Reply

      Lydia, one of the things I have decided to do is re-post good items when I find them, this way it keeps the blog being updated regularly.

      1. I will join you, feel free to email me anything you think we should reblog or tweet.

  2. I relate to all this brilliantly written post. 😊

  3. Peter B. Giblett says: Reply

    I think that is an important way of gaining readership. I used to think it was bad for an article’s SEO then I realised that none of the text of the item is actually stored on your blog so it breaks none of the rules. I will be re-blogging more pieces, it is my goal to post 2 or 3 times a week, the other aspect to consider is of course guest posting.

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