What makes good writing

What makes good writing?

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Authors or writers should consider about ‘what would make my writing more interesting to readers?’ while they writhing. For example, after writers set their topic and opinion, the most important thing is grab the reader’s attention. Imagine, what if writers have a fantastic opinions and evidence, but they don’t have readers to show their work? Their writing will not get a spotlight which means it’s not a good writing. So this point writers have to make a great and strong hook to grab the reader’s interest and make them to read their writing until the end. After that, writer should have reasonable 3 opinions and evidences for each of them. Of course, they have to make opinions but some bad writing has no reasonable opinions and evidences. It will not make a good writing. So writers should set a powerful and has impact opinions and evidence for body paragraph.

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People who show their argument through their creative writing, they should consider about ‘what key things would make this writing more interesting and better?’, while they writing. For example after writers got their topic and set their arguments, the most important thing is grab reader’s attention. Imagine, what if writer wrote a fantastic opinions and evidence which fit to the topic, but they don’t have readers to show their work? Their writing will not get a spotlight which means it’s not a good writing. For this point, writer should state a great and strong hook at their introduction to grab reader’s interest so make them to read their writing until the conclusion. After that, writer should have reasonable three opinions and comments in there writing. Good writers always have a nice arguments and possible evidence for readers. Writing should include messages that writer wants to give to a readers. Moreover, those great writing have a persuasive power to make their readers agree to their thinks. This paragraph discuss about how to make a good writing, such as State an attractive hook for grabs an interest of audience, and reasonable evidence to support their thought.