Notes to Self: On Blogging, Writing & Beyond

  • Write small, clear and complete sentence. Avoids fragments. Two fragments places together (unless in a sentence) may make sense to you, but it may not for others. Use generic words wherever possible.
  • A paragraph is a collection of sentence.
  • A long sentence doesn’t make a paragraph but it makes your writing clumsy and obscure.
  • A clear writing is interesting and garners more readers and reader’s interest.
  • Obscurity is best left to successful writers, if you can’t refrain, write obscure clearly.
  • Give a due consideration to genuine critiques, even it pinches and hurts.  Remember, you think you write real well, like everyone else.
  • Be regular on your blog, do follow comments. Say Thank You for every appreciation and comments you get.
  • Visit others blog, read posts on your commenter’s blog, give an honest opinion on their blog/ writing. They deserve it for the time they spent reading your posts.
  • Reciprocity is good, but just don’t pat someone’s back because he/she patted on yours.


1040+ words so far in 2012 on Barunjha’s Blog

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Infrastructure Professional, Introvert,Writer, Wonderer, Wanderer
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10 Responses to Notes to Self: On Blogging, Writing & Beyond


    good points.. must read for developing bloggers !

    • Barun Jha says:

      Thank You Deepak

      That was straight from my notepad… thought of posting a photo…but my illegible handwriting appear more of a new artwork work than notes 😉

  2. deb says:

    useful tips for newbies like us. thank u

  3. Elena says:

    It’s good to learn the rules well. Then you’ll know how to break them well. 😉

  4. Surabhi Naik says:

    I would have liked to reblog this. 🙂 Not able to find an option for it though.

  5. Surabhi Naik says:

    Reblogged this on Pathetically Parenthetic and commented:
    These are really helpful!

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