This is a technique that I use myself for personal & creative writing. I type my book review posts up on the computer, but hand-write if I want to write something “meaningful.”
That’s not to say my blogs aren’t meaningful to me. Rather, it’s more “matter-of-fact” than creative.
Ever since I can remember, I always wanted to be an author. I loved reading, I loved the ideas of other authors, and I loved being immersed in a different world.
When I was in senior (years 11 and 12), I’d developed a great rapport with one of my favourite teachers ever, a wonderful man named Mr Yates.
Due to my unrelenting passion of becoming a writer, of writing something good, of accomplishing my greatest dream, Mr Yates decided to read through short stories I was writing, offering suggestions and tips.
His best one – the one I still use today, no excuses?
The one that I believe makes my writing, without question, better?
Tip #6: Consider Handwriting Personal Work
Now, for varying reasons, this option isn’t obviously viable for everyone. Some people have learning or physical difficulties and limitations, making writing hard, if not impossible.
Others may find that…
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