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Master Effective Writing

It’s All About Readability

Master Effective Writing — Carel Kolchinski
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Words can be exciting, colourful, obscure, and fascinating in many respects. But are the words that you use in your writing an aid to readability or do they act as a definite hindrance?

I love scouring through old dictionaries for unfamiliar words. The more unusual, unused and unnoticed, the better. But then I have to face reality and ask myself —…




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Carel Kolchinski

Carel Kolchinski

Past lives as a journalist, PR poseur and commercial slave. Now an aged teetotaller, cyclist, enthusiastic musician and painter. Certified writing addict.

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