Writing tip(s) of the day
At least once a week, I try to pass along any good writing tips or resources I’ve stumbled across on my various internet journeys. Today’s resource comes from an interview with Louis Markos, an editor at The Gospel Coalition website.
Answering the first question, Markos offers a number of authors that he thinks have a “beautiful and subtle prose” worth emulating. He’s particularly fond of Ray Bradbury and C. S. Lewis.
The latter part of the interview focuses on the differences between good and great sentences, as well as what it takes to craft a good argument.
Posted on February 21, 2011, in Writing and tagged Writers Resources, writing tips. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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