Some basic tips to help solve your nontechnical writing dilemmas.
So just what is this clear, engaging, sharp writing that I'm always going on about?
Sometimes it's the little words that make all the difference to the clarity of your writing.
In my humble opinion, not proofreading a novel before publication damages the reputation of both the author and the publisher. Does the same principle apply to your business writing?
'Just write the way you speak.' Not always good advice! Use these writing tips to keep your writing clear, engaging and sharp.
Wouldn't we all like to be known for our stylish writing? These simple steps help you become a stylish writer ... your readers will love you for it.
Tips on writing that will keep your readers reading right to the end - yes, even technical and business reports.
Editors give your writing that 'je ne sais quoi' that will have your readers loving and understanding every word.
Acronyms and other abbreviations are useful ways to express special terms - but they can exclude your readers. Follow these tips to make it easier for your readers to understand what you're saying.
Why use an editor when you write? So many business writers think that having a colleague review their writing before publishing is all that's needed. But a professional, experienced editor will give you more than a review of spelling, grammar and punctuation. In this article, I'll show you some of the benefits that come when an editor helps you - turn the ordinary into the extraordinary.