Whenever you take action, you get better off when you had only planned, intended, wished or aspired. The statements below are commonly made by people who have a big wishbone and don’t back it up with a backbone of doing:
‘I wish I were a writer’,
‘I wish I were a dancer’,
‘I wish I had started a blog’,
‘I intend to join a music group’,
‘I am an aspiring businessman’,
Does this Sound like you? Many people are in the category of good intention makers but bad action takers.
Have you ever cared to ask why some writers churn out page turners while others don’t?
It is commonplace to find the work of a good writer interesting, engaging and awesome in flow.
You find yourself reading such page turners faster.
But what makes a piece great enough to make you turn to the next page without getting tired?
What drives boredom from the writings of some writers?
Well, today I’m going to tell you one major reason writings could turn out boring.