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READ: A Review on Writing Tools by Roy Peter Clark

Writing Tools is generally an organized classic guidebook of four parts: “Nuts and Bolts,” “Special Effects,” Blueprints for Stories,” and “Useful Habits.” filled with compilation of 50 essential strategies, examples, and activities for better writing which best applies to journalism and literature. 672 more words


Read about Roy Peter Clark's writing process

In class today I will discuss the writing process and how three of the best writing coaches in journalism have broken it down. I encourage reading… 10 more words

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Become a Better Writer by Reading these 5 Books

It’s a generally agreed upon fact that readers make better writers. You don’t have to be a voracious reader to be a great writer, but it’s definitely recommended. 455 more words

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When Inspiration is Lost (Writing Edition)

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Sometimes, I wonder why I even call myself a writer.

Don’t get me wrong—I love writing. In fact, there are days that go by when, if I haven’t sat my rear down and put words on a screen or paper, I feel as though I’m doing something… 735 more words


Another book read, another set of shiny pencils to toss into the toolbox.   Writing Tools, written by Roy Peter Clark, is a book I would highly recommend.  

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Each of us brings our personal history to the table of writing, revision, editing, and criticism.”  –Roy Peter Clark, HELP! for Writers 303 more words


Not Ready Yet

It wasn’t the rejection letters that made me think it over, not really. I was expecting them. Honestly, I think it was the fact of my so definitely expecting them that made me really think it over, like I didn’t have a chance in hell. 535 more words