Five common traits of good writers:
- They have something to say.
- They read widely and have done so since childhood.
- They possess what Isaac Asimov calls a “capacity for clear thought,” able to go from point to point in an orderly sequence, an A to Z approach.
- They’re geniuses at putting their emotions into words.
- They possess an insatiable curiosity, constantly asking Why and How.
~ James J. Kilpatrick
Thanks to Advice to Writers for sharing this!