Gboyega Ogunmola Writer

Writer for Personality Literature


I Am A Writer

Posted on April 16, 2013 at 8:25 AM
A writer is a person, who writes a particular thing, be it a book, story, or article. This also implies that, the work of a writer, is to write out new idea, in a particular way, to be able to produce, or reproduce new item. This then brings the writer, to a centre-point, in intellectually, and producing this commodity, while publishing, and distributing sector, will rely on switching between agents, within another Enterpreneurship system. In modern societies, writers work for money, but some work free, based on founding body, scope of user,or liability, to the people. People who have being apt, naturally inclined, or proficient, may show skills in writing, if they understand ethics, that govern trades. Writing, as a profession, is complicated in the rules of expression, grammar, and punctuation, while putting readers, at a center, in making consideration. Modern professionalism, attributes larger scope to writing, with advanced technological skill, often required by a writer, who has the intention, to put content, in the electronic-media, or online. Today, writers are not so inclined, to go online, or be tied to computers, running on the world-wide-web (w.w.w.), or internet, but rather, they have a passive role, to write new content, in taste to the reader, and virtually, they may be well- versed, as an online-writer. Actually, an aspiring writer should recover fact, write idea, and produce material, within this new order. Therefore, the work of this professional, will coordinate to the time, prompt, perseverance, or residual fabricators, to co-opt both personal, and working life, to achieve the highest level in efficiency, standard, or optimization, to their resource. Finally, a person who writes, does so for benefit, to the reader, who should gain clearer understanding of this material, from how it is structured, from the origin. Thank you, for reading my post.

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