Topic Talker


Topic Importance

Posted in Uncategorized by shanaecf on May 26, 2010

“On a separate sheet or screen, summarise what it is about your piece which is so important.  What message do you want your readers to come away with?  Start with images, points or scattered words. Build these into a few sentences or just look at them. You will find some ‘gold’ within this brainstorming activity which you can then include in your opening sequence.”

-Annie

Write Anything

May 26, 2010

Annie brings a very important point to attention. “What message do you want your readers to come away with?” As you continue what seem like the never-ending search for the right topic, it is important to consider your audience. The easiest thing for a reader to do is to stop reading. Is your topic going to be interesting for others to read? Is in original and eye catching? Talk to others about their interests and topics that would keep them reading. However, this rule goes both ways. The easiest thing for you as a writer to do is to stop writing. Remember to choose a topic that also interests you. You should have a few interesting topics to choose from just by thinking of your interests and your target audience.

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  1. flowergirl27 said,

    You have really, really good content! I like it. I would read it. I guess just add some pictures, make them short and exciting–even though it’s informational– a blend like Grammar Girl would be perfect! Good work. I know this whole blog thing is kinda weird but you are doing really well with it!


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