Wordsmithing: Tips for Writers

Andy Naselli has a great summary of Doug Wilson’s recent book Wordsmithy: Hot Tips for the Writing Life, which is worth taking a look at.

And, if you read the post, you’ll learn a bonus fact on why it’s not necessarily wrong for me to have ended that sentence with a preposition.

(One other note of interest: Though it’s not as engaging, I used the term “wordsmithing” in the title of this post because I don’t like the term “wordsmithy” that Wilson uses in the title of his book! But that’s a small thing, and probably something Doug would find humorous in light of the subject.)

January 10, 2012 | Filed Under Writing | 1 Comment 

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  • Justin

    Wouldn’t wordsmithy be the place where wordsmithing is done?