Contemplative thoughts that infiltrate the mind.
| Take out a piece of paper and write. Jot down anything that comes to mind. There are a ton of subjects that make interesting topics. Find a subject
that you are familiar with and write about it. If you choose a subject that you aren't familiar with then research the topic.
Make sure the topic you choose has enough material to have an engaging piece of writing. You want tight writing that will keep the reader focused to
the end. Value will hold the reader's attention. . The reader will be able to judge the strength of the writing in the first sentence. Don't let your writing become
a wasteland of useless verbage.
Flip open to a clean notebook page and jot down ten subjects that immediately come to mind. Look at your list and number them in the order of most
important to least important. Take the most important subject, and write down five important points. Guess what the five important points are? Who, what,
when, where, and why? Those are the basic elements of writing.
I find this formula to be a writer's great asset. These five points are the standard behind great writing. Readers always follow this method. We are an
extremely inquisitive group, and want to know as much as possible. Give the reader what they want.
Fill up that subject with as much detail as possible. Let the reader be informed without killing their interest. The information you provide will give
credibility to the writing. They will be engaged and satisfied. Create worthy writing and not a blob of waste.