I saw this on Twitter the other day via AdviceToWriters, and who am I to argue with the legendary William Zinsser?
I’d say Zinsser’s four basic premises apply to all varieties of writing. Here they are:
No. 4 might be the toughest to achieve. With no humanity, writing is lifeless and fails to connect. All four tenets require effort and are worth striving for.
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