A Guide to The Creation of The Perfect Writing

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The perfect writing does not simply come into existence. It has to be crafted with good writing skills, choosing the right words, and the exemplary writing medium. Learn how to excel in excellent writing using all these writing pillars.


1. Article Writing

An article is meant to convey a message through the title itself so as to encourage the reader to read the article in its entirety. So, make sure you prepare a short and catchy title. Then, create interest in the article using the right content and summarize the essence of the message you want to convey in conclusion. 


2. Dialogue

Dialogue is meant to convey more than the written word. It intends to express what the character is feeling, who the character is, and some dialogues end up becoming household phrases, especially amongst the youth.


3. Essay

When you write an essay, you are putting forth your point of view and experiences before an audience. You can write formal or informal essays. Formal ones are more neutral, whereas informal ones aim to connect the writer with its audience.


4. Informal Letter

As the name suggests, you write these to people who are either your family or close friends. There is a certain level of familiarity, which is evident in your interaction. You do not have hard and fast rules to follow, and simply have to go with the flow.


5. Display Advertisements

The non-classified display advertisements have a lot of flexibility as you can print any size you want for such advertisements - be it a single column or a full page. You do not have to abide by restrictions or limitations.


6. Paragraph Writing

A paragraph is a set of sentences that all relate or connect to one topic only. This is why a story consists of many paragraphs. You are expected to keep everything relevant to the subject in the paragraph itself. Paragraphs are used in speech writing as well as application writing.


7. Story: Characters

A story develops along with its characters. You need to make sure that you develop the character with the progression of the story so that you are able to keep the interest of the readers piqued.


8. Summary

The summary of the book is an efficient way to decide if a person wants to read a book or not. Always pay attention to the summary as that is what is the unique selling point of almost any book.


9. Descriptive Essay

A descriptive essay will entice your senses and make you imagine exactly what the writer is trying to convey. A descriptive essay aims to use words to paint a picture. You need to pay proper attention and use the appropriate words that capture the attention of the reader. 


The descriptive essays are very similar to story writing as essay writing aims at encouraging the imagination of the reader, but ultimately it is up to the reader to determine what type of content makes reading enjoyable for him.


10. Diary Entry

People keep personal journals as it allows them to sort events in their heads. Diary writing is more often a hobby so that people can look back at themselves say ten years back, and know exactly what they were thinking at the time. There is no format because diaries are usually personal and meant only for the writer’s eyes. 


The book on the Diary of Anne Frank is a clear promotion of keeping a diary to recount the events of your daily life, and you do not know when this activity will help you, or other people. 


11. Formal Letter

Formal letter writing is not among the most common modes of communication among youth nowadays. However, they serve the purpose of acting as proof for the future. They stay on record and are usually filed with authorities as official letters, so it is almost impossible to doubt the authenticity of a formal letter.


12. Letter Writing

As stated above, you can write both formal and informal letters. Though writing each requires a different skillset and mindset, they both fall within the purview of letter writing in English. 


13. Notice

Notice is a mode of formal communication used to impart information to a person or different groups of people. Notices are mostly used in offices or large scale organizations for convenient communication. A notice is very akin to practicing report writing. Only the latter is mostly practiced by journalists.


14. Story

A story aims at recollecting certain imaginary characters and building their lives into suspense with an exciting conclusion. There are different types of stories - like biographies, thrillers, and mysteries.


Story: Setting

The story should be set in a background that makes sense and is in keeping with the time that the story is being narrated. 


Conclusion

There are many different writing skills that you can use to express your opinions and views. The choice is up to you. Practice all the above writing skills in your daily life to excel in your writing skills.