Convoluted, Charm King and a Cohesive Blog Post

if you sim­ply take a ran­dom col­lec­tion of words and rearrange them enough times, you’re bound to hit upon at least a few great con­cepts is the think­ing of Jar­od Kintz. There are many rea­sons to write and there are many words that can be used in writ­ing, so two peo­ple writ­ing about the same thing or event will see it dif­fer­ent­ly, that is nat­ur­al, they will use dif­fer­ent words to describe it, that is nat­ur­al because we all have dif­fer­ent back­grounds, dif­fer­ent expe­ri­ences, and dif­fer­ent knowledge.

 

Mar­i­lyn Davis is of the opin­ion that the role of a writer is to build upon the ideas that have mer­it and make some­thing of them. The writer will work on their thoughts, feel­ings and atti­tudes relat­ing the the sub­ject mat­ter about which they are writ­ing. Truth is today peo­ple today mul­ti­ple con­tri­bu­tions about some­thing they are inter­est­ed in and they are used to see­ing mul­ti­ple views. Blog posts can be con­vo­lut­ed or straight­for­ward, charm­ing or cyn­i­cal, or they could be messy and full of dri­v­el, how the writer writes makes a huge dif­fer­ence to how the read­er inter­prets their words.

 

Do you write like a charm king? Check out the full text of Mar­i­lyn Davis’s post.

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