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Write harder: how to write clear, compelling and charming non-fiction

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Tired of reading advice that's either vague and vapid or concrete but utterly petty? Write Harder brings you real, actionable insights about how to write non-fiction that truly connects with its readers. Tired of reading advice that's either vague and vapid or concrete but utterly petty? Write Harder brings you real, actionable insights about how to write non-fiction that truly connects with its readers.


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Tired of reading advice that's either vague and vapid or concrete but utterly petty? Write Harder brings you real, actionable insights about how to write non-fiction that truly connects with its readers. Tired of reading advice that's either vague and vapid or concrete but utterly petty? Write Harder brings you real, actionable insights about how to write non-fiction that truly connects with its readers.

13 review for Write harder: how to write clear, compelling and charming non-fiction

  1. 5 out of 5

    Liz Wager

    I look forward to moving this from 'currently reading' to my 'read' shelf quite soon but this depends on when the rest of the book gets written. I've never bought an unfinished book before, but I like the concept and, after all, Dickens sold his work in installments, so it's hardly a new idea. I bought the book largely because of a single word in the title: "charming". So much non-fiction (and the medical stuff I have to read) is charmless. Let's start a campaign for charm in science writing! “Tr I look forward to moving this from 'currently reading' to my 'read' shelf quite soon but this depends on when the rest of the book gets written. I've never bought an unfinished book before, but I like the concept and, after all, Dickens sold his work in installments, so it's hardly a new idea. I bought the book largely because of a single word in the title: "charming". So much non-fiction (and the medical stuff I have to read) is charmless. Let's start a campaign for charm in science writing! “True ease in writing comes from art, not chance, As those move easiest who have learn'd to dance.” Pope's Essay on Criticism

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    Stephen Hemingway

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    Jovany Agathe

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    Alexandru

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    Paul Vittay

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    Jovany Agathe

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    Damilola Olusanya

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    Venkat

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    Marv

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    Laura Antolini

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    Daniel Christensen

  12. 5 out of 5

    Mitch Forbes

  13. 4 out of 5

    Bea Bouquet

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