Scott Langille

The words flow when I'm writing for you

An easy trick when writing: Write a message to someone you know. One individual.

I struggled for a while to figure out who I was writing this for. The thought of having hundreds of others reading my words, each with their own perspective and understanding of them, was frightening.

But now I only write for one.

The words just flow when I'm writing for you. You don't even need to respond. Just knowing that you've read them (or that you might) is enough.

Though I would melt at the sight of your words too.

This research study shows that students write better when asked to compose an email rather than facing the barrier of writing an "essay."