A refreshing change from dry ‘how to’ books, Bradbury’s ‘Zen in the Art of Writing’ focuses on the joys of writing and the Zen-like state needed to succeed.
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A case for the quality and usefulness of Ayn Rand’s ‘The Art of Nonfiction’, and my favourite tips for those who still can’t bring themselves to read it.
Do you like your writing short and sweet? Indulge yourself with our best of the web on Twitter fiction.
Of all the words we have to choose from, these rarely get picked. Sad really, but as they are the longest words we have, I suppose you can see why.
Notebooks inspire intimacy and a rush that is incomparable to anything digital. They make ideas tangible. This best of the web is dedicated to notebooks.
Brainstorming – we’ve all been asked to do it. Just let go and let the creativity flow right? Well, this is the best of what the web thinks of that.
For a restaurateur a great dining experience means the meticulous repetition of inspiration, creativity and process. Could this be the art of all business?
A review of the best writing tools for recording those gems and nuggets of inspiration that hit you at the unlikeliest of times and in strangest of places.
A collection of international linguistic lovelies that perfectly sum up that something that you can’t quite express in English words alone.
Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In is a manifesto for men and for women. It is a book about personal book about professional business. This is the Bad Language review.