Is Your Writing Unified or Disjointed?

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Two Drops of Ink: A Literary Blog

By: Marilyn L. Davis

“Child, to say the very thing you really mean, the whole of it, nothing more or less or other than what you really mean; that’s the whole art and joy of words.” ― C.S. Lewis

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Writing for Your Readers

We know that there are 1,999,999 other writers publishing on any given day.  Therefore, it becomes imperative that we spend time isolating our audience,  determining our perspective, and organizing the facts, along with validating our opinions.  However, in our rush to publish helpful blogs about any subject, we sometimes mistakenly believe that we have to fully define and explore all the subtle nuances of the topic so we can engage all readers.  We shouldn’t try to do this. Bloggers are not writing a white paper, research paper, book, or thesis. We’re giving readers short, easily read nuggets of information, entertaining essays, or simple how-to directions.


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Published by ptrikha15

An IT professional pursuing my alternate interests in writing, blogging and helping other great writers or bloggers(Youtube Vloggers included)to maximize their earnings and share their work, as well as provide vital inputs. Key interests are in News- especially Sports, Economics, Environment, Writing and Day to Day affairs.

One thought on “Is Your Writing Unified or Disjointed?

  1. Thank you for reblogging my post from Two Drops of Ink. We appreciate that. Also, we’re always looking for guest submissions, as how something is said is just as important as what is said. I’d encourage your other readers and you to think about a guest post.

    If you’re interested, here’s a link for submission guidelines:


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