29th June 2013
“The English language, being part Latin, part Saxon, is, in my rough insular opinion, an even finer medium than the French one. Latin is, one might say, its bony structure, Saxon its flesh and blood.”
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Montherlant once wrote 'happiness writes white'. And miserable novels certainly fly off the shelves. But does injecting misery into business copywriting get the cash register...
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25th June 2012
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There's an inviolable rule about writing letters that criticise another person's grammar — you'll make a hash of your own in the process. Try...
26th February 2012
An simple tip to help you check your sense of scale hasn't gone off kilter — and what to do if it...
21st February 2012
In part 6 of our guide to writing product descriptions, we look at the difference between writing a description for an individual product and a...
20th February 2012
It's important to choose your words (and your wordsmiths) carefully, but for many of us there is actually no more vital an issue than where...