Give it to someone for review You don’t need to give it to an expert or your “English professor” for review if you’re getting terrified about finding one.
Your readers are going to be people like you and me.
Well, of course grammar is one thing but trust me, everyone has their own way of writing and no one in the world can help you to make it a piece of cake.
They know that this has to be the most interesting sentence that’ll grasp the reader’s attention and thus, tend to spend a lot of time coming up with the right tone, sentence or sometimes, a quote or an anecdote because they know that’ll work. Even the most experienced writers find it hard to come up with catchy introduction lines.
His work is a mesh of contradictions: both science fiction and literary, dark and funny, classic and counter-culture, warm-blooded and very cool. With his customary wisdom and wit, Vonnegut put forth 8 basics of what he calls Creative Writing 101: The greatest American short story writer of my generation was Flannery O'Connor (1925-1964).
She broke practically every one of my rules but the first. From the preface to Vonnegut's short story collection Bagombo Snuff Box.
This is because I have so many ideas that I do not know which to start first.
Before, I used to sit down to write a great piece about what happened that day and then delete it so that I could write about the dream I had yesterday.
T.128-1996 Our imaginations will take us anywhere we can conceive of: into the past or the future, to places we have never been to and places that have never existed. In the case of a museum object or painting, we can choose to visit the time when it was made, and imagine who made it and why.
We can imagine the things that might have happened to it over the course of time, who owned it, what it meant to them, what scenes took place around it. We can use it as a starting point from which to begin a journey through a whole imagined world.