"My Writing Process: How do feelings affect what I write?"

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Editorial and Opinion  |  House: Booksie Classic
A small 300 word essay in which I give my point of view about the combination of grammar and feelings.

Submitted: August 17, 2015

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“My Writing Process: How do feelings affect what I write?”

I believe that the principal key to produce a priceless and worthy piece of writing is the proper use of grammar. Though I daresay it may be sometimes quite hard to do so, I must state that the aftermath is simply marvelous. Not only does the writer have the ability to control the reader, but also the capability of emotionally being able to transport it to a perhaps long lost forgotten memory, a future time, a different physical or emotional place, etc.

Because writing is a way of self-expression for me, I would rather do it in a place where I feel comfortable or which brings me inspiration. I think that it is a very efficient way for thoughts, ideas, and memories to get inside my head, dive into what I really want to say, and let them flow into reality afterwards.

In my point of view, an author should be eager and interested in the writing topic for the reader to enjoy it too. Also, no pressure must be felt while writing something. On the contrary, a sense of craving and want is encouraged to predominate for the writer to fulfill its objective. A reader usually wants to feel mixed emotions, live new life experiences, jump into other worlds and into the beauty of the literature, etc. After all, isn’t that why people really want to read?

Everything would be plain and boring if we wrote without feelings and grammar, for the last one is like the brain of the writing as feelings resemble the heart. A one beautifully fused combination in all.

I pity the poor souls lacking of proper grammar usage, for their feelings are caged in a box waiting for a key to set them free.


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