Rhetorical Answer


A response to the question never asked

Writing Resources

The only difference between writers and aspiring writers is that writers write. — Martin J. Smith

One of the best ways to improve your craft (besides practicing it) is find other writers and editors whose opinion you trust and get them to critique your writing. If you can gather a group of them together, swap material on a regular basis, and discuss over a good meal, even better! You are less likely to argue with them, and more likely to listen to what they say, if you are chewing your food during their critique. Just don’t forget to take notes.

My third piece of advice, after writing and soliciting constructive criticism, is to read good writing – as much of it as you can find. (Hint: This is the fun part.)

Beyond that, here are a few resources I have found useful…

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