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A Master’s Wise And Practical Writing Advice

Don Fry begins his wise and practical  book of writing advice this way:  “Here’s a radical idea: You can escape your teachers. You can write in ways suited to you, rather than ways you were taught.” In “Writing Your Way,” … Continue reading

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Buy It For The Wisdom; Read It For Pleasure

Roy Peter Clark, one of the finest writing teachers on the planet, has written a new book about the most unglamorous of subjects—grammar. I cracked it open for its advice, but I found myself reading it for pleasure. Hard to … Continue reading

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