For us writers, there are always tools, rules and schools for improving our craft. They help us shape our imagination and creativity into something compelling and entertaining for our readers.
Here’s a post from my friend Jacqui, who creates a great blog with all those tips and more for writers. Thanks, Jacqui!
I bought William Noble’s Noble’s Book of Writing Blunders (Writers Digest 2006) based on the strength of it’s summary, which included good ideas like Don’t write for your eighth-grade teacher, Don’t complicate the obvious, Don’t add adverbs and adjectives to prettify your prose. Common sense reminders of what I should know…
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