All writers can use help from time to time, whether they are just beginning a complex assignment or punching up the language in a piece that they have already written.
When I need inspiration or a reminder to keep my writing fresh, I often turn to Jack Hart’s A Writer’s Coach: The Complete Guide to Writing Strategies That Work. As editor at large and writing coach for The Oregonian, Hart addresses all the painful parts of writing: organizing a project, getting started and refining a draft.
We refer to Hart’s work in one of MCG’s ProFound training sessions about writing clearly and creatively and have found his advice to be reader-friendly, sound and even funny. An example? His tongue-in-cheek lexicon of […]