Jinghong Song – Improving Your Writing

Jinghong Song loves to write and has made a living writing finance books and life coaching books. He has been a writer for many years, but knows that it is always possible to improve. He is always happy to learn new writing tips and take advice from other writers. If you are hoping to improve your writing skills, there are plenty of things you can try.

Lead With Your Main Idea
You always want to make sure the main idea of your story is clear and it is a good idea to lead with it. You should mention the idea of your story in the first paragraph of your writing and ideally within the first few sentences. This will get the readers’ attention and encourage them to read on.

Proofread Well
You want to make sure your writing is free of errors, and that means doing a lot of proofreading. You should read your work out loud and go over it more than once. It is a good idea to use spell check programs, but do not rely on them solely.

Remove The Clutter
It can be easy to fill your books or journals with a lot of information, but how valuable is that information? You don’t want to have useless or unclear information in your book or any project you are working on so make sure you remove the clutter and fluff from your writing.

If you have dreams of becoming a successful writer, you need to be willing to continue to learn and find ways to improve throughout your writing career. Jinghong Song is always learning and working to become a better writer.

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Jinghong Song – Loving Baseball

There’s nothing quite like a home run; a crystal clear sign of success that has captivated fans like Jinghong Song for decades. Song, an avid sports fan and Kansas City Royals follower, has been interested in baseball since he was a child and has fond memories of playing the sport with his father and friends. Like many adults, baseball holds a high level of nostalgia for Song.

Baseball is like no other sport. With a schedule that allows fans to watch their favorite teams practically every day during the season, baseball is a pastime that can easily find its way into anyone’s schedule. For many families, baseball is also an excellent way to bond. A lazy afternoon spent at the ballpark can quickly become cherished memories for the entire family.

Unlike most sports, baseball is incredibly inclusive. In football, if you don’t have the right build it is not very likely that you’ll go far. Likewise, in basketball players are normally expected to be a certain height if they want to play professionally. Baseball is unique, in that players of all shapes and sizes are able to find their place in the sport and excel. Although players are excellent athletes, players aren’t expected to be a certain height or weight to get the job done!

Baseball fans are for life! Those like Jinghong Song have their favorite teams they’ve followed most of their lives and true fans never let a team’s failure change their minds. Many baseball fans stick with their favorite teams through thick and thin and simply hope for a better season next year!

Sources: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/676720-americas-pastime-20-reasons-why-baseball-will-always-hail-over-football

 

Jinghong Song – Kansas City Royals

The Kansas City Royals rise to prominence seemingly happened overnight. For fans such as Jinghong Song, it has been a long time coming. In 2015, the Royals captured their second franchise title and first since 1985. Now with many key players still on their roster, they are geared up for their 2016 campaign to defend their title.

Their pursuit of back to back titles is sure to be filled with an exciting mix of setbacks and accomplishments but the Kansas City Royals have depth on their roster and are built to win for many years in the future. Among the key players on their roster are Edison Volquez, Eric Hosmer, Lorenzo Cain, and Wade Davis. With this solid foundation of players and some key role players the Royals currently are on pace to qualify for the 2016 postseason. But the current success hasn’t been without sacrifice. On May 26, 2016, Royals Manager Ned Yost informed the Royal’s fan base that starting third baseman Mike Moustakas would be out for the remainder of the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament. While it was quite the setback, the team has rallied around each other to keep their momentum going.

Injuries to key players like Mike Moustakas haven’t deterred merchandise sales or led to a decreased following. With back to back World Series appearances the Royals have gained a plethora of new fans. Which has lifelong fans like Jinghong Song all the more excited. With a rejuvenated fan base and one of the league’s best teams, the Kansas City Royals have exciting games in their future.

Sources:
http://kansascity.royals.mlb.com/index.jsp?c_id=kc