Ernest Hemingway was one of the greatest American writers of the 20th century, recipient of both the Pulitzer Prize in 1953, and the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1954, made famous for becoming the definition of simple and clear writing.
Here’s Ernest Hemingway’s guide to blogging. Continue reading “Ernest Hemingway’s Guide to Blogging”
“If moderation is a fault, then indifference is a crime.” – Jack Kerouac
Different keyboards provide different typing experiences. It’s all about the keys themselves: their size, the materials they’re made from, the key travel…
I’d say that you should, at least once in your life, use a loud keyboard. The one that you’d be ashamed to use in a public space, for fear of annoying folks.
Yes, use one of those keyboards. Mechanical. Feel the weight of each key as you press it. Write a few sentences, trying to reduce the clutter in your mind to neat rows of characters.
Now, punch the damn keys.
Continue reading “Punch The Damn Keys!”
Mediocre bloggers write mediocre sentences. You, I’m guessing, don’t want to be mediocre.
You want to be great. You believe your blog posts are fantastic.
But you see, everything you write … every blog post, story, article, paragraph … begins and ends with a sentence. Continue reading “Sentences Maketh (A Fantastic) Blog”