Writing at a Process
Writing as a Process A key to composing lies in following the processes that good writers use, such as planning, reading, revising, and attending to audience needs. Successful writers do a great deal of planning before they start writing. They usually have information at hand about their topic because they have spent time researching, thinking, and talking about it. They also benefit from reflection-time spent in quiet contemplation about the topic, its complexities, and its implications.