Here are the four items a writer needs to become published:
If it is a fictional work:
a) the characters should be clearly developed, in other words it should be clear why each character is the way s/he is; b) the diction of the characters should be authentic; c) there should be a clear plot; d) the end should not be predictable.
Now, if the work is non-fictional, then:
a) the subject matter should be of interest to more than ten persons, to more than just the writer; b) the writer should have done research that is verifiable; c) there should be a clear message for the reader; d) the reader should be motivated to act upon what he has written, and a 5th; e) the title must clearly let the reader know what this work is going cover.
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