The 6 Unique Traits of All Remarkable Writers
That “something” I saw [in great writers] was a set of qualities that I think are unique to remarkable writers. And I wanted to start documenting those qualities — those things that make writers stand out from the rest of the population.
The group addressed is not just any writer or reader, but the select few, like you, who look for something more.
Notes that the stale writing qualities frequently cited on websites are so general as to be meaningless. Points instead to the great writer's ability to assess and analyze content, mine connections and intersections between data, and express ideas with brevity and clarity.
Adds that an awesome writer is able to pre-write stories in her mind, scan and read with a powerful motive, and rewrite with intensity until the work is truly fine. The article pins down exactly what pushes the best writers beyond average, dull prose.
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Source is Copyblogger.com.
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Would you add to or take away anything from the listed qualities?