How to Write Good: 12 tongue-in-cheek rules and a proofreading service
If you write for fun or profit, you’ll want your very own copy of Frank Visco’s tongue-in-cheek poster, How to Write Good.
Originally published as an article in Writers Digest, How to Write Good. gives you twelve rules of writing, each humorously broken to make the point.
Examples include, “One should never generalize” and “Who needs rhetorical questions?”
See for yourself at www.cafepress.com/writegood (click on the item, then click on “View Larger” to read the copy).
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