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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I think I’ve found the perfect tool for taking screenshots and editing them. Check out the full review of Skitch.
The art of job sharing has some valuable lessons to teach us all (and writers especially) about humility, trust and importance of equal accountability.
I get dozens of spam emails a week from PR firms. PR people – read this and find out how to use emails more effectively.
Is it possible to do real writing work on the London Underground? Matthew Stibbe ran a four-week experiment to find out. Read the article for more.
You’ve been told to write a report and there you are staring at a blank screen. Follow these quick tips that simplify report writing and feel a lot better.
Writing is not magic. Think writer’s block exists? Think again. Although it’s long been surrounded by myths, writing professionally is a job like any other.
Change the way you write in Word by learning the tips and tricks that make it easy to navigate your own writing. Every writer should learn these Word hacks
Should there be a footnote there? Have I stolen that idea? This post looks at the perils of attribution in non-academic and commercial writing.
Good headline proving elusive? Let us teach you the the secrets of catchy headlines.