This is the most simple way to put it. You have to have compassion, empathy. BE sensitive, to everything and everyone. To write, you have to know how to feel and then, you have to know how to understand those feelings.
<b>Celebrated authors, editors and illustrators write advice to young writers on their hands for "<a href=" target="_blank">Shared Worlds</a>," a two-week creative writing summer camp at Wofford College.</b>
Go for good and give yourself the time to make it better. Setting artificial deadlines can work. Approach your teacher or ask a friend or family member to help you finish a rough draft (or even an outline) prior to the project's due date. (View only)