Do you wonder how some writers write so well?
We all have great ideas, but it is tough to put them on the paper. As a kid, I wrote better than I do now. This is because I used to write almost everyday, and that makes a huge difference.
“One day I will find the right words, and they will be simple.”
~ Jack Kerouac
Writing is my oldest hobby; I love the interplay of the words. When I was twelve, I wrote a poem on the divide created by religion and why a religion should not be above humans. Without my knowledge one of my friends showed it to my english teacher – also my favorite teacher. He was so moved by the poem that he encouraged me to write often. Hence started my journey in writing.
Later, I managed to write some stories and other works of fiction which were well received in my school as well as college. I even started a blog which still exists on the Blogger. The problem started when I got the job. As I moved into a totally different environment, reading & writing took backstage, and with time my hobbies almost became dead.
Now, I’ve made up mind to write again. The results may not be as good as I expect, but I’m sure if I continue the hard work, someday I’ll write better.
This blog is a challenge to write regularly, come what may the circumstances. I’ve already started writing an hour a day. If you also wish to write better, take a paper, plan out a writing schedule, and follow it. Because writing isn’t easy. It’s tough, damn tough.
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