Like fiction writing, an article should begin with a hook to catch the interest of the reader. Articles should tell a story, report an event or teach a lesson. If it teaches a lesson, it should never include more than three points.
But no matter what type of article you choose to write, whatever was mentioned in the first of the article should be repeated at the end -- but in a different way.
Below is one of my articles.
I would love to know what you think of this lesson on article writing and the article below as well. If you click COMMENT at the end and write something, I will know.
Molly Noble Bull
The Bible states that the stars and planets once sang together--produced sound. (Job 38:7) I have always known this was true because the Bible said so. [The Heavens declare the glory of God. . . . Psalm 19: 1-5] The music of the spheres was even mentioned in a song elementary school students once sang in public school music.
Now science proves this to be true. The sun produces music. Apparently huge coils of hot, electrified gas in the Sun’s atmosphere produce sound waves much like the sound carried in a pipe organ.
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Other scriptures prove that the Lord knew about all this thousands of years ago. Here is one more.
The Lord thy God in the midst of thee is mighty; he will save, he will rejoice over thee with joy; he will rest in his love, he will joy over us with singing.
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Molly Noble Bull is a published novelist and writes for the Christian market only. Her newest long historical, Sanctuary, won the Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence 2008 in the Inspirational category. To find any of Molly’s books at an online book store, write Molly Noble Bull in the search slot.
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