Revise your writing after completing a first draft. Then take a break and revise a second time, again looking for gaps where information could be inserted.
Once you have completed the essay, read through whatever you have written for fluency and organization. Once you are confident in the structure, style and flow of your writing, begin to add vivid verbs and plenty of adjectives to further the maturity of your writing. Make an assessment of your word count to determine your next move.
These writers may zoom through a few paragraphs — a good writer can usually piece together something out of little — but then they wind up lost in a pile of facts.
If you do not know your topic, there is only so much you can say, so choose something with which you are comfortable. Prewriting is the first step of the writing process, and one in which you may spend a great deal of time.
You may be attempting to reach a high number of pages, but you still need to make sure your essay is smooth. Count how many words you have written at this point.
If you have met your desired word count, edit for spelling, grammar and punctuation errors.If you still have a long way to go before reaching your word count goal, you may need to put the essay aside for a while.Go back to your prewriting research and look for another resource to supply you with enough information to get your focus moving again or broaden your topic. Writing since 2008, Marisa Hefflefinger's work has appeared on websites such as Super Green Me, Jennifer Mc Colm and Character Odyssey. There are several statements made by characters throughout the novel that seem to refute claims made in the preface of the novel. One such statement is made in chapter seven, as Dorian contemplates the relationship between his actual life and the life portrayed by the portrait: “But the picture? It held the secret of his life, and told his story. And let’s be honest, there are very few of us who are good at it at all.I suppose it’s not exclusively a teenage problem but more of a human dilemma.How do we show the best of who we are without wreaking of self-absorption?How do we get attention without sounding like a sycophant? Photography allows us to express our feeling and emotions, but to do so we need to master the scientific part of the medium.Unlike a painter, who is in direct contact with his subject and his canvas, a photographer is separated from his subject by the camera and from his “canvas” by computers and printers today and by darkroom equipment previously.