Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Write clearly or don't bother

If you don't write clearly, you might as well not write at all.

Whether you're writing
  • fiction,
  • a newspaper article,
  • a business presentation
  • a report for school, or
  • a complaint to authorities about a consumer rip-off,
you will fail if your writing lacks clarity or impact.

Some people believe, incorrectly, that only professionals or "natural-born" authors can create powerful writing.

But with a bit of your time along with the guidance of Style Duck and its powerful software companion, StyleWerks you can make your points better and boost the impact of your writing.

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