Being a good writer is not about having a deep understanding of grammar rules and language structure.
I’ve been writing for years, and it wasn’t until a while ago that I learned what list parallelism was.
But there are certain traits that the best non-fiction writers seem to have in common. The 2 most important in my opinion are a love of learning, and a love of teaching.
How Learning Leads to Great Writing
Here’s a test: Open up a blank page and write 200 words on the history of lamps.
Unless you are 1 in a billion, you probably can’t write more than a sentence that actually means something.