The Ideal Kind of Writing
The ideal kind of writing is far and in between.
The type of writing I am referring to won't make you focus on the details that might not add up in real life, but will force you to contemplate every single word. This effortless kind of writing pushes your mind to ponder the depth of each character, the perception of life and find a new meaning to insightful ideas.
The ideal kind of writing is surprising.
It asks you to recognize and then question all senses for the purpose of the narrative. It challenges the mind and kindles the heart. It won't always be rational or traditional, but still it relates to every part of your reality. The ideal kind of writing stays with you.
This type of writing is ideal. Which means it is the most sought after kind.
The ideal kind of writing takes time and most of the time, a lot of hard work. It should also be more work for the reader to absorb and understand. However, it wouldn't be ideal if it wasn't worth it.
You know it's ideal when, you, the reader, have to share it. You’re not only telling your friends about it, but you're giving unsolicited advise to strangers in book stores.
Not all writing can be the ideal.
However, in our opinion, the ideal kind of writing is the only type of writing worth exploring.
What do you think is ideal kind of writing?