Learn To Write Your Experiences

“The scariest moment is always just before you start.”

― Stephen King, On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft

Don’t copy and paste if you want to improve your writing skills. In your everyday life, there is an abundance of experiences that you can jot down.

The purpose is to give life to dry concepts by inserting live feelings and emotions from your living experiences.

Don’t think about others. It’s your life story, and you must decide how you wish to narrate it to the World.

Scribe your wins and losses, euphoria and depression, love and hate. Everything you experience, from humiliation by a colleague to compliments from your best friend, is a subject to write about.

In the previous mail, you asked me about subjects and how to select them. Here is my answer.

I don’t choose a subject. The subject decides me all by itself. I sit down on the chair. Open my laptop and start hitting the keyboard. The output is what you’re witnessing.

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