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Re: What kind of writer are you ? Mozart or Beetho

Posted by sunflower turning on October 10, 2007, at 2:52:32

In reply to What kind of writer are you ? Mozart or Beethoven?, posted by Happyflower 1 :-) on September 9, 2007, at 8:11:22

Uh...I hate to break it to you, but falling in love with your first draft is not the way to be a good writer. I tend to edit as I go, so I have a similar problem a lot of the time. But just because I look something over and don't see any problems, and even if it's up to par with my classmates, doesn't mean I think it's done. Take your writing to someone who can give you good constructive criticism; it sucks when someone tears up one side of your precious composition and down the other, but it helps you see things you wouldn't otherwise have seen, and that's how you become a better writer.

But in answer to the question, I'm a bit of both. I usually conceptualise things in my head, set them out, and then start slashing and burning and gluing bits on until I've got something I'm happy with.




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