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13 Writing Lessons to Learn from 3 Masters of Style
Here is a summary of 13 writing lessons to learn from three of the most appreciated masters of style: E.B. White, Stephen Kind, and William Zinsser.
If you want to transform your writing passion into a job, you need to improve your skills and become better at storytelling. And you could read as many books as you wish, but nothing can compare to the masters of style themselves.
So if you ever decide to improve your writing basics, here are 3 books you should read at least once in your life:
- The Elements of Style, by E.B. White.
- On Writing, by Stephen King.
- On Writing Well, by William Zinsser.
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In this infographic, you will find 13 rules extracted from each of these 3 books. And if you like them, I suggest you read them in this exact order. The first one, by E.B. White, is a small rulebook you can use to improve your craft. The second, by Stephen King, focuses more on narrative, but it also has great ideas for non-fiction writers. And the third, by William Zinsser, analyzes every kind of non-fiction writing and teaches you how to write it at best.
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