Although I know my writing grammar isn't always correct, the thing is, I don't really give it that much thought. I mean, of course I want what I write to be free of grammatical and spelling errors, but I don't obsess over them. I just write about anything I want in the best way that I know how. From what I know, my grammar seems to be okay, but I could be wrong. That's why I'm always open to comments and criticisms when it comes to my writing. I know that I'm no expert when it comes to the English language. I don't even know much about writing styles, having taken up a course not related whatsoever to communication or journalism during college. If something feels good to me, I just continue to write about it. And hopefully, whoever is reading it at that moment will not focus merely on the grammar, but on the content as well.
Monday, April 4, 2011
Posted by austenfan at 4/04/2011 09:16:00 PM
I don't know when it started. Maybe it's about the time when I read a blog and felt how sincere the writer's words were. Maybe it started when I began reading feature articles from newspapers and magazines. Maybe it even started when I was asked to write an essay during high school. I don't know when and how I first started loving to write, but I know that it has become a big part of me now.