My name’s Kyle, I am 18 years old and a writer wholeheartedly. I attend the University of Wollongong in Australia and am studying a Bachelor of Journalism as I wish to become a Foreign Correspondent in the future. One day I wish to get my writing to the level in which it can shape the greater audience in a successful and positive manner.
Klhwriting is a platform for expressing opinions and thoughts in regards to writing and other real-world issues. It explores controversial issues in the media, gives voice to tips that can help you become a better writer (and more!) and raises various details about concepts that I believe should be known. It is also a platform for me to speak about thoughts that enter my mind and for others to share their beliefs too.
I also explore and bring forth awareness towards individuals who I believe should have their story told to the wider public. This is either due to their story being intriguing and important or they are an upcoming artist who deserves to be noticed due to their work being that of high quality.
Why did you become a writer?
I have always been interested in literature and often found myself reading books more often than not. From reading different genres to dreaming of books I’d wish to write one day, I believe that one day I thought that I could not see myself pursuing a different career path and have now never thought otherwise. It’s all I do, and I enjoy it. If one thing brings me joy in this world, its writing and the belief that one day I will change the world positively with my words.
What are your favourite books?
Without a doubt either The Great Gatsby by F.Scott Fitzgerald, The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho or The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain. I recommend grabbing them.
If you could give readers one piece of advice what would it be? Why?
If you believe in something, work towards it each day. Create a schedule and try to abide by its timetable, putting forth an amount of time each day to work on your art as well as your own character. Growth can only be achieved through the watering of your ideas just as plants need water to grow.
I believe it is important to work on yourself and your craft. It’s one of the most important things in this world.
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