Cappuccino: The Promise of Reading Edited Prose
People often ask me how to improve their writing, and that is a fair question. Not least because this writer has studied literacy for more than a decade and used to run writing workshops back in the days, but take it from me that writing is one of those skills you can learn. (It is also teachable.)
Asking how to improve one’s writing can be a tricky question, however. The process of producing a good and useful piece of writing is multifaceted. One of my favourite magazines believes that clarity of writing usually follows clarity of thought. That’s very true — there is a correlation between the two. Writing is the ability to think and organise detail clearly.
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