First off, this isn’t your typical Writers’ Treasure article. It’s even more brilliantly readable, and it has a completely different subject and tone. It’s not theoretical, and it’s not applicable to creative writers. But for all other kinds of writing, it’s the truest advice I’ve ever written.
Interested? Let’s start the session then.
It’s 2015, and although writers have improved the quality of their writing a lot, other aspects of it have fallen by the wayside.
You might be able to avoid the common mistakes and learn to write frequently. But in the end, none of that matters if you’re making not just a technical mistake, but also a moral and ethical one.
As in, you don’t write the truth.