What is good writing?

Good writing is when the writer discusses ideas that are relevant or important. They give the reader a reason to continue reading, by keeping the topic interesting. It keeps the reader on edge throughout the entire piece, Good writing means descriptive word choice, beyond elementary level vocabulary.

Good writing uses exciting voice to convey the tone. It uses word choice that sticks; it is specific and memorable. The words flow from one to another, and the sentences compliment each other.

Good writing means the writer uses their own distinctive writing techniques so the reader can distinguish their writing versus other writings.

Good writing captures the reader’s attention from the start, by incorporating the audience’s views into the main idea. It tells the story without using extra unnecessary words. It uses exciting voice to convey the tone.

It uses word choice that sticks; it is specific and memorable. The words flow from one to another, and the sentences compliment each other.

Good writers tell a story in a unique way, apart from the typical surface-level story teller writing. They know how to keep the reader entertained while also keeping them well-informed.

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