They LOVE it! We all LOVE it! We can ANALYSE our every move till the arse end of FOREVER! #7
Now Playing: Lemonpillows: Losing You
Topic: Creepy Lesbo
Vanessa: Do you ever write? When do you write? What medium do you write in? Who reads what you write? Has your writing style changed to fit your audience ever?
Vic: Hehehehe. I blog madness that's really intended to offend more than
anything else due to my general displeasure at the world in general (see my
non-commented on 9-11 post that I really liked a lot), I get at least five
visitors a day. I write films, television series (-ish), books and short
novels, all in Word, and all in 10 point to save space, but you know all
this. Who reads it? Although you should, you don't, but then neither does
anyone else so I'm not bitter ;)
I don't change my style for readers, only for literary experimentation
purposes. I am beginning to see why I only get five visitors a day.
Looby: Only blogging. Oh, and I do a guide to the town's pubs. I'm aware that left to my own devices I'd have quite a formal, stilted, and pretentious style, which I'm forever revising to make it more chatty and colloquial.
jatb: I write: a diary, send text messages, write postcards and informal letters to my friends, and compose formal letters, legal documents, academic articles and secondary legislation for work. I prefer to use pen and ink, or pencil, but I also type and text. Who reads what I write depends on what I am writing, and yes, my writing style always changes to fit my audience. Insofar as I have a writing style only my diary reflects it, everything else conforms (to a greater or lesser extent) to the style I think my audience desires.
Harv: I write as part of my job - marketing concepts, copy writing for brand related publications, etc. for these, my style varies depending on audience.
Rose Madder: I write academic stuff for books and journals, articles, book reviews, a diary and the extremely occasional poem. And yeah, the style always changes depending on the audience (or the absence thereof).
fmc: I use to. I got old and busy and ? rather less introspective. Diary?s and post cards and emails. On holiday. Read by the people I write to. And me.
to be continued ...