Everyone who writes wants to do it well, but for most people writing is something that takes practice and determination to be able to get the words to flow well and make them easy to read and absorb.
Learning to write well requires regular reading and time spent doing writing exercises so that the words are enjoyable, easy for the reader to understand, and of great interest to the reader. Just as with ballgames and other athletics, hard, regular practice will lead to a win or at least a good performance, so it is with writing. To produce good work that appeals to readers requires writers to have read widely to update themselves on current information that readers, who are their audience, really want to read.
This book provides guidance on how to prepare yourself to write well in language that is readable by all levels of readers. With daily writing and associated activities, you should be able to avoid writer's block. This book tells you how and where to get ideas to write about and where to find information, through research and reading, to support your arguments.
With plenty of practice, you will be able to write well and feel the satisfaction that comes with a job well done. Good luck with your writing journey.
I hoped for rhis book to have been more a shool read instead of a general discussion about writing. While it has good topics none are explored in detail. If you are looking for a refresher of a writing class this is not the book for you. It is not a boring listen but it leaves you wanting more.