Advice from the Masters: Bridget Quigg

May 25, 2016 | Better Writing

Bridget Quigg describes herself as a “writer, editor, performer, musician and instructor.” She recently wrote a post at Payscale with the marvelous headline: “What’s With the Hieroglyphics, ‘Merica? 5 Tips For Writing With Real Words.” Read the whole piece and you’ll find this important bit of wisdom.

“keep this standard in mind: If someone needs to read a phrase twice to “get it,” that phrase needs work. It’s not them, it’s you.”

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