Random Blog Post #10 – Writing Tips from the Masters

We can always learn from the masters, today we have tips from George Orwell. An English novelist, essayist, and journalist, George Orwell is responsible for two of my favorite books, Nineteen Eighty-Four and Animal Farm, along with many other great pieces focusing on social injustice. He has great form and finesse with his writing, and inContinue reading “Random Blog Post #10 – Writing Tips from the Masters”

Random Blog Post #5 – Writing Tips from the Masters

We can always learn from the masters, today we have tips from Strunk & White. William Strunk Jr. privately printed The Elements of Style for his students, a classic on the art of writing good prose, which E.B. White, once a student of Strunk, then tweaked for publication. Aside from this little gem, E.B. White isContinue reading “Random Blog Post #5 – Writing Tips from the Masters”

Random Blog Post #2 – Useful Tips from Authors

Best-of-the-best in tips from the world’s most famous authors. I generally enjoy reading a few tips and quotes from famous authors during my last minutes of daily homework, they give me something to think about before I start my actual writing for the day. Whether it be through some random StumbleUpon search or my go-to list of favoriteContinue reading “Random Blog Post #2 – Useful Tips from Authors”