Write Right Considers Humpty Dumpty’s Predicament

Write Right Considers Humpty Dumpty's Predicament

How to Be a Better Writer: Use a Scalpel

How to Be a Better Writer: Use a Scalpel

If you want to be a better writer, learn to use a scalpel. See your words with the distance, the objectiveness, of the surgeon’s eye. Examine the work for nicked arteries. They reveal themselves quickly—the words spurt blood and reek of melodrama and overwrought characters.

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A Cloud Begins to Swell

A Cloud Begins to Swell — Write Right

A song from Elevation Worship contains the words, “There is a cloud, beginning to swell.” The lyrics exude vibrancy and warmth. It’s a nice enough song, but I find it hard to relate to. Perhaps it’s my deep-rooted pessimism or the understanding that “dry seasons” and seeds “buried in sorrow” may remain that way for […]

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