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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 4, 2013

    The Way I Write- Introduction

    I can not tell you exactly how I write, or in otherwords my style. I write a lot of fictional stories most of which are in first person. The rare time when I write in any form of third person is only for school and even that bugs the cr<_>ap out of me. For essays I pretty much have my style nailed down, you know the way teachers always tell you. I also write a ton of songs. Since there is no exact way to write a lyric they always vary depending on the type of song. Any other type of writing is done like this. A kind of talking to myself slash something else. <br> I really dont know why Im writing this it just kind of feels like I need to explain myself to someone or thing. Thinking about writing now I have relized that my speaking and writing is a tad bit formal. Which if Im not carefull can be taken the wrong way. Heres one common example: <p>Person; "Hey where were you yesterday. Everyone thought you were going to the movie." Me; "Well if you must know, I had to go help my gran." Person; "Gezze I was just asking. No need to be rude 'bout it." Me; -_- I just did it again, did I not. I also have tendency to say and write 'didnt' as 'did not', 'cant' as 'can not', and so on and so forth. Writing in this style I use both for a reason I do not know. My teachers have acaused me of lying to them before because of this. An example: <p>Me; "I did do my homework but I do not have it. I looked all over for it this morning but I think that my mother might have mixed it up with one of her work papers." Teacher; "Dont lie to me. Why dont you have your math?" Me; "I do not have it because my mothers has it at work. Maybe you could tell me how a paper can be in two places at once?" <br>If you didnt know already typicly a person who is telling the truth, like I was above, will use the form 'dont' instead of 'do not', the same with other conjuctions. Liars will use 'do not'. Experts belive liars will do that as a way to make up for telling their untruth. Vsause, I thats the right channel, on YouT<_>ube has a good video on this topic. <br>I also tend to tell myself information I already know when writing like this. What I acomplish in doing so is still a mystry to me. Maybe Im trying to prove to myself how smart am. Good thing theres no need for that when I am writting one of my stories. Speaking of which if you ever care to read some of my stories I have a few written on various nook books. I am the author of a semipopular fan-fic seris here too but thats something I would like to keep private. Locations of a few stories and or song lyrics might pop up in a later edtion to this seris, but I would not count on that happening. <br>I am a bit bored so I shall wrap up this entry for now. If you happen to stuble apon this by chance and want to read more I will post more, probably just when I feel like getting something off my chest. The search I will be using is 'the way i write'. There wont be any particular order to them so do not worry about that.<p> :!I Rina I!:.

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