Discover Your Writing Style

Carpenter
In his book On Writing Well, William Zinsser compares composition to carpentry.

… it’s first necessary to be able to saw wood neatly and to drive nails. Later you can bevel the edges or add elegant finals, if that’s your taste. But you can never forget that you are practicing a craft that’s based on certain principles. If the nails are weak, your house will collapse. If your verbs are weak and your syntax is rickety, your sentences will fall apart.

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“Discover Your Writing Style”

(image above “Carpenter” from Terry Sutherland in Fantasy Carpenter Guild)

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