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On Breaking The Rules of Writing: It’s All On The Table (link)

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http://blog.karenwoodward.org/2014/10/on-breaking-rules-of-writing-its-all-on-the-table.html


I like to post and re-post articles that fall into what I call the "Counteracting Bad Writing Advice" category. And +Karen Woodward has a good one here (and not just because she uses examples from one of my favorite writers, P.G. Wodehouse). Karen boils it down rather well.

My personal One True Writing Rule is : Tell a good story.

The One Writing Rule

Counteracting bad writing advice

https://plus.google.com/114796970901567956883/posts/YHFpreiAcNw

+Karen Woodward -- Thanks for posting this. (Being a fan of P.G.Wodehouse, I appreciated your using examples from his works.)

I like your three rules of writing. My One True Rule of writing is: Tell a Good Story (the rest can be forgiven).



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