Edward Atkins’s 8 Rules of Writing
Use a precise and succinct writing style.
Make sure the words you use are particularly appropriate for the meaning you’re conveying.
Generate smooth-flowing prose that at times has a cadence.
Be accurate at all times.
Write prose that is easy to understand. Don’t make your reader struggle.
Try to keep sentences fairly short with a single meaning.
Stress substance and significance. Don’t waste your reader’s time.
It helps if your book is timeless.
Edward Atkins is the author of On Which We Serve: Where Life-Lessons Are Learned.
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