1. Misconceptions – Nothing matters if who reads it. Just write for one person in mind and it will work for anyone who reads it. Everyone will enjoy it the same. Everyone is universal. Sounds like the most boring and in-the-box way to think of writing. You would never have poetry or anyone branching out of their ideas.
1. Conceptions – Which is not even comprehendible to me how that would work. But I have written like that in the past for certain teachers and it has made my writing so boring. If I had written for my audience to be classmates as well i’m sure it would have been more lively and the professor would have enjoyed it much more. What do you want that particular reader to hear and the audience guides you to how you tell it.
2. Misconception – To tell a fact and not tell your own ideas with it. It has to be told in a cut-and-dry manner and its bad to set it up with “spin” even though thats how you tell something to someone everyday in normal conversation.
2. Conception – There are no rules in the way that you tell or present facts and information. You see it everywhere you look on the news, in newspapers and the way friends communicate to each other. When you hear a story you take what you like for the most part and leave out what you don’t like.
3. Misconception – Text is something all on the own so I think of it as the author does not care how you proceive it because he wrote it a certain way and that way only does it make sense.
3. Conception – But in the conception it is all about the reader and less on the author because he could write it for a way to have you think and you never even see the point. Something totally different. So write how you feel it should sound and it will come out with more fluidity to hopefully make sense to the reader.
4. Misconception – You can write without putting yourself in the text. In my mind they are saying that you would have text all the time without personality. Write like a robot and you have the best writing. Always write without uniqueness. It sounds so black and white.
4. Conception – To write without yourself in the text is impossible. To put yourself beside your work and not in it at least a little bit wouldn’t show you talent and what you have gone through to get to this point. Your writing would be stagnant. Bring some color with a world of writing filled with black and white.
5. Misconception – Saying that all things written have to be from your own brain or it is no good and that no authors ever borrow thoughts os combine ideas to make their own.
5. Conception That everything that is ever said has been from something that effected you in the past to make you think that way. You take a little something away form everything you read or hear to help gather you own ideas.
6. Misconception – All writing is just about grammer. Want to be a good writer? Then get your grammer straight and you will be the next Stephen King.
6. Conception – Writing is about the meaning you make with those “amazing” words you choose. How you convey them in your writing. The ideas you are trying to get across. The rules that the last misconception is about the grammer choice and how you use it. But those “rules” can be broken based on the situation.