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Whenever I meet someone, they ask about what I'm writing; so I see if I can hold their attention while I tell them. At the point when I win or loose them, I have the idea about where I'm going with my story. For in the end, after all we write for an audience. Although, I do follow my own, individual passions and maybe open the door to a new perception for others.
Good journalists leave out the answers, write only the facts. It becomes difficult to stop writing policy, making recommendations, answering questions raised from interviews.
Hard to take, but writing politics has its own solitude.
Wrtiting is all about the paradox. With politics, simplest political paradox: You can see it, but you can't do anything about it.
Writing the novel you can break the rules of grammar, but it must be consistent. I overload my paragraphs with more than one subject, person; but the subject, idea remains on point. So?
In journalism there is a format. Based on Civil War time conflicts between Army Generals and journalists dishing the news.
Get it all out before they cut the telegraph wires.
Now, we get it all out before the sugar rush burns a hole in their heads.