☆ Miki, Luka ~ Girlfriend

☆ Miki, Luka ~ Girlfriend [song/music]: http://youtu.be/iGUlbJ5A61M #Vocaloid

Youtube channel: mikicayks


Last edited in March 2014

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2 Responses to ☆ Miki, Luka ~ Girlfriend

  1. Don says:

    First off I would like to say excellent blog!
    I had a quick question that I’d like to ask if you don’t mind.

    I was interested to know how you center yourself and clear your head prior to writing.

    I have had difficulty clearing my thoughts in getting my ideas out there.
    I do enjoy writing but it just seems like the first 10 to
    15 minutes are usually lost simply just trying to figure out how to begin.

    Any suggestions or hints? Thanks!

    • gharrhome says:

      Many of us, who have gone to school, think writing is like home work: you write something, hand it in, and wait for a pass or a fail result. There is a lot more to writing then that.

      Giving yourself an organized space to write, that is enjoyable to be in is important; as you will spend a lot of time there. If you’re mobile, that’s fine too: as you can set up the space each time you settle down to write.

      Those quite times before you write an article, are an important time. They are probably the best part of writing.

      Often shortly before or after the quite time, is the time you are thinking things through.

      Having a passion for the subject, and a feeling of “I or the team can’t wait to write about it,” means that that starting the article is not a problem. The writing style in this blog/website is based on rapid output, and that means errors might still exist in the articles—but the articles in this blog are visited often, so most errors are ironed out eventually. That is, this blog/website is a living, working environment rather than a dusty text book on some self.

      There are many good articles out there about writing, and each of us has their own particular favorite method of writing. You will eventually find your own way to write.

      However, if you belong to a group, they may ask you to follow some rules of writing, such as using a particular style of writing. The group should give you a reference book, or document that is called a style manual that defines the style of writing that is desired.

      Working in groups is an important skill to gain; as today’s internet, is a social environment, and you will often find opportunities to listen, say stuff, and collaborate/work-with with other people.

      Finally, professional style writing often requires a team of people to work with you. If you are on that level, then there may be people out there that make sure that all sorts of technical details in your article or book are perfect when the product is launched.

      The life of the article or book does not end there either. Marketing your material (or product), and getting customer feedback are important steps in your business or hobby.

      If you’re writing to a partner, or close friend: they will probably enjoy some of the writing skills you have gained from school, personal development, business or from your hobbies. lol, however, you might be lost in your thoughts for much longer then 15 minutes, before you write to someone you like a lot 🙂

      Often, good articles take a lot of work, and time to develop. Even after the article or book is finished, there are things that must be done. The 15 minutes you spend preparing to “put pen to paper” or “fingers to the keyboard” should only be considered as a minor part of the overall task in most cases–but probably a very important and hopefully enjoyable part in the process of writing.

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