Writing with authenticity

by Joanna on August 1, 2007

Authenticity is one of the 12 ingredients of confident writing.

Writing with authenticity means:

Writing with your own true voice.  Writing that is personal and human, unique to you, reflecting  your experience.  Writing with clarity and simplicity to allow your readers to learn who you are and who you’re being.

Being open, honest and real.  Writing from the heart.

Here’s some material that you can dip into on writing with authenticity starting with a free e-book, The Courage to Hear Yourself Sing

And some more background material:

Writing with authenticity

Write from the heart

Starting to write with authenticity

The meaning of authenticity

Exploring authenticity: summary of the best writing on authenticity in September 2007

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