Writeing, a article
Today as I was thinking what I was going to write for my weekly blog, I remembered some things that I was taught when I first began to be a writer, so I decided to share this with you. Of course everything that I have learned will not be in this blog, it would be much too long, and I am sure that you don't have the time to read it all, let us begin.
Writing a professional review of a show, or a restaurant, product, or a service is not that difficult. However, their are a few things to be on the watch for, in order to make it appropriate for a magazine or a website review for whatever your are selling or promoting. To get started, choose something exciting, new, and different to write about, you well need to have a new angle to cover. Your article should be always original, don't always use research from the internet, and don't reuse someone else's article the same way.
Some suggestions, movies, book,TV, magazines, you can get a tremendous amount of ideas from their sources. The first sentence or the lede, tells who, what, why, when where, and how. Your lede can be as simple as: Our nation was rock over this pass weekend by an unexpected blast as the latest installment of the man in yellow tights that blew all previous assaults in the art museums out of the water.
However, sometimes just the facts will not tell the whole story. A good writer cares about the story and always wants to make that connection with the reader. Adding your personal touch can enhance your sstor. You can include more information through linking additional websites where readers can go to explore the topics further.
Because photos can have such impact, it's critical to be accurate, never ever, alter or mislabel a photo and be always sensitive to situations and people. Makes it clear where you got your information. All thing but the obvious and commonly known facts should be attributed. When ever you are in doubt, do not assume that your reader knows. Always state where you have got your information. Remember, all quotes must be attributed, include the name of the person that is speaking in the sentence and surround their exact words in quotations marks.