This is an article that covers all the aspects of what it takes to be a good Author.
There is a ‘u,’ but no ‘i,’ in the word ‘author.’ As an author, I write primarily for you, not for myself.
There is an ‘i’ in writer. There are many forms of writing where I can write primarily for myself.
If I wish to write only for myself, I would keep a private journal or diary.
If you wish to have others read your writing, then don’t write just for yourself.
Another way to think of the ‘u’ in ‘author’ is unselfish.
Putting little or no effort into editing and formatting is selfish. Making a concerted effort to improve these benefits your potential audience (some of whom may screen your Look Inside for this).
Not bothering to learn the basic rules of writing and punctuation (or finding an editor who does) is selfish. Learning the rules, and then only breaking them when you have good reason for it, is…
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