Nobody likes preachy writing. But what, exactly, makes writing preachy? Is it possible to inspire readers to change their minds and actions without being preachy?
This week’s post is a mess–but that’s kind of the point. Breaking your writer’s block doesn’t have to look pretty.
“The night was dark.”
Yes, that was a real opening line. And the author had no clue how bad it was.
Is there hope for bad writers? Or is writing simply a matter of talent?