Monthly Archives: September 2010

George Orwell: 6 Questions/ 6 Rules

from Gotham Writers’ Workshop: George Orwell has earned the right to be called one of the finer writers in the English language through such novels as 1984, Animal Farm, and Down and Out in Paris and London, and such essays … Continue reading

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Improve Your Writing with these Editing Tips

from Lifehack: Teachers, business people, and just about everyone else it seems complain often and loudly that people today (usually “kids today”) don’t know how to write. I’m convinced, though, that a big part of the problem (perhaps the biggest … Continue reading

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What Makes For Good Writing?

Three Essential Ingredients to Make the Most of Your Writing Talent from Suite101: Daily practice, trust in the creative process, and the exercise of rigorous judgment are key factors required to produce original, believable, vivid prose. What makes for good … Continue reading

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Top 5 Rules of English Grammar

from Perfect Editing Solutions: Communication is effective when we follow certain rules. These rules make the written words understood. A writer should make the reader’s job easier by communicating what he or she wants to communicate. If you also want … Continue reading

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