Communicate your knowledgeWhile you may think you don’t have anything original or interesting to say in your writing because so much has already been written, your writing is original and interesting because it’s your story. No one else can write your story, and it’s your story that your readers want to read. The previous three stages gave details on how to develop your story, and now you get to share the story you’ve worked so hard to create.
As you share your voice to communicate your knowledge, consider the questions below.
Share your voice
Visit the section "Share Your Voice: Communicate Your Knowledge" in the Four Feathers Writing Guide to fully explore your relationship with this stage.Communicate your knowledge