Different Styles of Writing

Different Styles of Writing

Different Styles of

Have an idea but don’t know how to present it? Are you also confused how which form of writing you should choose? Are you also stuck in multiple thoughts and don’t know which one to select? Well, we understand your plight. We know what it takes to equivocate your thoughts. To make the process easier, here is the list of the type of narratives you can use to articulate your creative intelligence. All these types of ways will help you structure your book in a different style of writing.  Style of writing projects your viewpoint and thought process, so it is of utmost importance to select it with all mindfulness and observation.

Expository Writing

Expository writing focuses on sharing facts and presenting words and thoughts after much research. As the word suggests, in this style of writing you write explaining everything in detail without omitting even a single aspect of it, be it of any faction of importance. While writing in this manner you do not need to emote through emotions or show and tell technique. Your main idea is reflected in the utmost balance and clear way. They generally cover all the non-fiction types of articles like newspaper reports, writing data and stats, and so on.


Narrative Writing

This means channeling your inner creativity and imagination. This type of writing is mostly preferred by writers writing fiction novels or stories. Here build the background, form the setup, and slowly unfold your thoughts. The show-and-tell technique also helps to build your narrative writing. 

Persuasive Writing

In this style of writing, you “persuade” the reader through valid arguments and logic. Mostly used in marketing, the content is laced with enough data to validate your argument and incline the readers to believe it. In this case, your words act like a catalyst to make the readers comply with the wishes written in words and accept them completely. It need not necessarily writing in a formal way; it could be written in a way to ignite emotions in the mind and heart. As long as the goal of the writer is accomplished, the writer can use it at his/her discretion. 

Descriptive Writing

To tell in other words, simply means “show, not tell”. Here the writer has to create an image through words and not just tell it. You have to paint a picture that the reader can read through their eyes and create in their minds. While doing so you can use other writing techniques like metaphors, similes, hyperboles, undertones, irony, puns, and so on. You can also use the “point of view” technique with the help of your character. It can be in first person, second person, or third person as per the requirement of the narrative.

Diary Writing

As clear as the name, it simply means writing in a way you are writing in your diary. It is a more personal form of writing your thoughts. It may have your inner turmoil, anger, dejection, sadness, fear, jealousy, happiness, introspection, and so on. The chapter or the structure has to be in chronological order and should be written in first person narrative. It can switch from days to months to years but has to follow a linear pattern. It is a log of personal experiences, thoughts, and viewpoints.


By now you must have already selected the type of writing you want to try your hands on, and we are pretty sure that you would do full justification to whatever you choose. So tell us in the comments section which one you like the most.
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