It’s letter-writing time for “the holidays,” as well as year-end report-writing time in many jobs. So what better time for some writing tips?
That’s what I thought when a little orange-and-white paperback book started jumping out at me (almost literally) from my collection of writing manuals. That book is “Championship Writing” by Paula LaRocque. With a title like that, of course it’s an attention-getter lately — but looking at it gave me an idea for a new series of posts.
In coming weeks, I’ll take my ten favorites from LaRocque’s 50 short, accessible chapters, and write to you about them. Each one is coaching about a particular good thing or good way to write — so it’s a challenge I’ll enjoy to make myself write well about each tip.
Don’t miss the first in the series, which will appear shortly after this introduction. It’s headlined ‘Championship Writing’ — bumpy or smooth?’
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