I am only at Tip #2 and can already feel my “inner writer” coming back to life. I’ve been torturing myself for so long — many new ideas and perspectives to share and nothing but dread at the thought of the actual writing. I was always such a “good student”, and by the time I finished grad school I no longer enjoyed either reading or writing. Pretty sad statement, even sadder that the ill effects have lasted three decades.
The only writing advice I’ve read so far basically boils down to: it’s work, you just have to do it, set aside a specific time and force yourself…. all about as appealing as my mother’s shoe leather lamb chops. I can’t thank you enough for your approach. I think it’s going to work for me, and just know I am immensely grateful beyond what words can express. Yes!
Audience or a specific person for whom you are preparing your analytical essays have a great importance. During the analysis of a material, it is necessary to use different sources. This will help you to be more flexible and approach the problem more deeply, and that undoubtedly will be a sign of quality. Perhaps you can receive great help from your friends or relatives. Read your work to them and find out how much they had understood the information presented by you. Ask them to give you some questions, so you can understand what will excite the reader in the first place. Be tolerant. In most cases, people have different views and opinions.