Updated: Mar 14
In rereading the “The Little Red Book of Writing” (feel free to insert your joke here about the grammatical errors found in this blog) there are there things I do naturally when writing that are done correctly—and many more things I need to work on. 1. Tense. Instead of writing in the past tense, put things in the present tense. 2. Inclusion. Use “we” and “us” instead of “you” and “I”. 3. Relative. Readers are interested when you connect things directly to them.