King's discussion of opening lines is compelling because of his dual focus as an avid reader and a prodigious writer of fiction—he doesn't lose sight of either perspective: We've talked so much about the reader, but you can't ...
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In this article the author gives us 20 different approaches to becoming a better writer. I found this article interesting because he gives us the main points that allow us to make sure we get through the right steps for our writing. The author believes that in order to be able to write we have to read a lot because without it our writing won't be as good as it could with the background knowledge from different aspects of books we have read. Another tip he gives us is to write in a place without distractions, therefore being alone with no phones, TV, or games around us.
The author also tells us that when we start a paper to not worry about the audience at the start because what we need to do first is jot down the story we are trying to get across. He believes that during the revision is the spot were we fix everything and one important part of a paper is that main opening line. In the article he states that this opening line won't happen automatically that we will usually find it until we have done various drafts.
I found this article interesting because the author gives us tips and details on how to become a better writer. One thing he stresses on is that to be able to write perfectly we need to read.