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It’s Not Magic! Good Writing is the Result of Training

Sorry. There’s no wand for word-wizardry

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The valid but perennial question: “How do I improve my writing?”

Twenty-three years of my life were spent teaching writing to college-aged students, a profession I loved. I admit it. I get a charge out of seeing fluency increase. I get…

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Melissa Gouty

Melissa Gouty

Writer, teacher, speaker, and observer of human nature. Content for HVAC & Plumbing Businesses. Author of The Magic of Ordinary. LiteratureLust and GardenGlory.

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