In a fast-paced world, we toss off emails quickly, without a lot of care. And that sometimes backfires.
The most common writing advice I give most people is this: Shorten your sentences. Not all of them, but many of them. Show mercy to the overloaded reader.
Flux, by April Rinne, is about adjusting your mindset for the world in which we live—one in which the pace of change is accelerating without any sign of letting up.
How do audiobooks affect us as readers? As writers? As with any technology, the answer isn’t always simple. But it’s a question worth asking.
The toughest writing skill to learn—and live—is patience. Patience is the necessary companion to practice.
The key to better writing is practice. Practice is almost magical—and it’s accessible to everyone.