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I think you're being tripped up by some mistaken impressions. First, you suggest that ungrammatical and/or persuasive writing is "creative". Maybe some of it is, but that's hardly the definition of the term. There is plenty of creative writing that follows the rules and conventions of its language, and plenty that is descriptive or story-telling but not ...


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The distinguishing isn't about style but about subjects and blogs can be anything: Creative (a fictional story written in parts as blog entries) news reporting (even if it's news about a party at your friend's house), academic (a teacher blogging 'classes' for benefit of students) technical (tech blog with tips about solving problems, a blog which shows ...


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Use your own name, as if it were somebody else. Anything else will be too overly informal or else too pretentious. An alternative, if you think it needs more emphasis (or if you think that citing yourself as if a third party is itself too pretentious), would be to write a one or two sentence introduction to the quote and then leave it either unattributed ...


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Title It starts with the title. Let's compare. Bolt Thrower: XCOM Board Game, Dark Souls, Starship Troopers, Johnny Flynn Someone talking about their random musings about four seemingly unrelated topics. I doubt that the article will be in any way more coherent that the title. Opinion: It's time to give up on first and third person shooters for ...


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Let's look at the two. First (the failed one) is a mixed bag of... "I did thing". It's definitely your personal blog where you just report things you've been doing, and adding a short piece of opinion to each of them. And you've been doing various things. There's no direction, no focus, nothing to bind it into a solid whole. It's like a Facebook timeline, ...



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