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Dare to be specific

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Isn't it great when good writing advice overlaps with good overall advice to life?​ I'll take specificity as an example. One thing that makes a piece really great to read is when the writer uses specifics well.​ So, instead of writing…​ The boy loved going to Grandma's house.​ She writes…​ Every time the boy saw that bright red door with the brass lion's head knocker, he could taste Grandma's banana cream pie and feel the warmth of her fireplace on his back.​ I know, it can be improved, but doesn't that second sentence take you somewhere? Doesn't it satisfy a certain yearning in the human soul that wants to experience details of life?
Isn't it great when good writing advice overlaps with good overall advice to life?​ I'll take specificity as an example. One thing that makes a piece really great to read is when the writer uses specifics well.​ So, instead of writing…​ The boy loved going to Grandma's house.​ She writes…​ Every time the boy saw that bright red door with the brass lion's head knocker, he could taste Grandma's banana cream pie and feel the warmth of her fireplace on his back.​ I know, it can be improved, but doesn't that second sentence take you somewhere? Doesn't it satisfy a certain yearning in the human soul that wants to experience details of life?
Isn't it great when good writing advice overlaps with good overall advice to life?​ I'll take specificity as an example. One thing that makes a piece really great to read is when the writer uses specifics well.​ So, instead of writing…​ The boy loved going to Grandma's house.​ She writes…​ Every time the boy saw that bright red door with the brass lion's head knocker, he could taste Grandma's banana cream pie and feel the warmth of her fireplace on his back.​ I know, it can be improved, but doesn't that second sentence take you somewhere? Doesn't it satisfy a certain yearning in the human soul that wants to experience details of life?
Isn't it great when good writing advice overlaps with good overall advice to life?​ I'll take specificity as an example. One thing that makes a piece really great to read is when the writer uses specifics well.​ So, instead of writing…​ The boy loved going to Grandma's house.​ She writes…​ Every time the boy saw that bright red door with the brass lion's head knocker, he could taste Grandma's banana cream pie and feel the warmth of her fireplace on his back.​ I know, it can be improved, but doesn't that second sentence take you somewhere? Doesn't it satisfy a certain yearning in the human soul that wants to experience details of life?
Isn't it great when good writing advice overlaps with good overall advice to life?​ I'll take specificity as an example. One thing that makes a piece really great to read is when the writer uses specifics well.​ So, instead of writing…​ The boy loved going to Grandma's house.​ She writes…​ Every time the boy saw that bright red door with the brass lion's head knocker, he could taste Grandma's banana cream pie and feel the warmth of her fireplace on his back.​ I know, it can be improved, but doesn't that second sentence take you somewhere? Doesn't it satisfy a certain yearning in the human soul that wants to experience details of life?
Isn't it great when good writing advice overlaps with good overall advice to life?​ I'll take specificity as an example. One thing that makes a piece really great to read is when the writer uses specifics well.​ So, instead of writing…​ The boy loved going to Grandma's house.​ She writes…​ Every time the boy saw that bright red door with the brass lion's head knocker, he could taste Grandma's banana cream pie and feel the warmth of her fireplace on his back.​ I know, it can be improved, but doesn't that second sentence take you somewhere? Doesn't it satisfy a certain yearning in the human soul that wants to experience details of life?
Isn't it great when good writing advice overlaps with good overall advice to life?​ I'll take specificity as an example. One thing that makes a piece really great to read is when the writer uses specifics well.​ So, instead of writing…​ The boy loved going to Grandma's house.​ She writes…​ Every time the boy saw that bright red door with the brass lion's head knocker, he could taste Grandma's banana cream pie and feel the warmth of her fireplace on his back.​ I know, it can be improved, but doesn't that second sentence take you somewhere? Doesn't it satisfy a certain yearning in the human soul that wants to experience details of life?
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Thursday, 18 October 2018