How Counting Words Can Change Your Writing Style

The Editor of Mensa Magazine in London taught me that.

Magazines check whether their readers will be comfortable with your writing style. Pixabay Gerd Altman

Many years ago when I first started looking at writing for magazines seriously, I was taught a way of assessing the writing style of a magazine that I wished to submit to. As the guy who taught me was the editor of Mensa magazine, I thought he was a pretty reliable source, and that tip has…

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Tessa Schlesinger

Tessa Schlesinger

Author writing fiction. Loves photography, beauty, decor, dancing, travel, & secular ethics. Born and bred in Africa.

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