Writing with curiosity

by Joanna on August 1, 2007

Curiosity is one of the 12 ingredients of confident writing.

Writing with curiosity includes:

Curiosity about words, ideas, meaning and the connections between words.  A willingness to explore.  A love of learning.  An open mind and a listening ear.  A sense of wonderment, creativity and fun.  Curiosity about the world that we live in.  Being alive to possibility.  Creating new worlds with our words.

Here’s some material for you to dip into on writing with curiosity:

The secret of great writers

Half a library to make a book

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