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1) Post your first piece.

2) You must then critique the work of another member to post another piece yourself.

3) For each critique you give, you earn 1 credit that can be used to post another one of your writings.

4) You can build up credits to be used at another time by giving critiques to others.
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TITLE: Discover Your Writing Talent Now
By Deline Tan
02/04/06
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Writing is a craft. For beginners, with constant practise, it can be perfected. Writing daily is a good habit. You can journal your daily experiences, or you can create a writing piece with your innate creativity as you strive to discover the hidden talent that is in you by continuous writing.

What are some of your reasons for writing? Whatever your reasons are, you do have the desire and passion to write. The question you need to ask is what do you hope to gain from joining the writer’s group. Different people have different reasons, but ultimately the goal should be that you want to write.

I believe as a writer, as you mingle and interact with one another, there will be synergy of strength to help support one another. Writing an article can be a very enriching and satisfying experience. After all, writing is an expressive craft and you can make use of your talent by producing works that will have a lasting significance for the readers. The only way to get anything publish is to begin to write.

As some are novice in writing, the best way to learn the skill is to take up courses and learn from the experts. Through constant coaching and practise in writing, anyone can be a prolific writer. Writing comes by through much reading, and if you want to be a writer, you must be an avid reader. This is the only way to rise up and be a good writer when you read works by experienced writers or best-sellers. Practising to write daily will perfect your skills, and through time you can aim for publications.

Writers are not born but made. Best-sellers achieve their mark through constant writing right from the beginning. There will come a time when you breakthrough in your writings, and you can help others with your wide knowledge and expertise too.

We are called to be champions. Like in any other successes, writing too should make its mark in writers. It should be one of the crafts that aspiring writers ought to constantly improve and excel. We take one step at a time and if you do not give up, you can be a success in your field. One way to grow with other successful writers is to have a writing critique group that will help critique your works, as well as receiving feedbacks and constructive comments that will help improve your future writings.

There are many things to write and in order to stay focus, you need to find your forte as to the areas of writings that you are comfortable with. The only way to search out your talent is to explore widely through writing until you find your niche. You will soon discover your strength in writing as you diligently work through different kinds of exercises until you discover your silver lining.

Keep writing and you will soon discover that your talent pays as you vigorously attempt at your pieces until you are hone in your skills. There is no better way than to start writing now. Grow, expand, broaden, and sharpen your skills by determining to write everyday.
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