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Words to Live (Read, and Write) By

Laying out standards of reading and writing into a new set of artistic principles.

Let me say something right up front: I’m not a subscriber to the “no rules” side of writing — and I’m tired of bad writers abusing the patience of readers. Simple as that.

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