Why Clarity Should Be The Ultimate Goal of Every Writer artwork
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Why Clarity Should Be The Ultimate Goal of Every Writer

  • S1E64
  • 14:18
  • January 28th 2021

First Editing and ProWritingAid presents a new monthly series: Editing Tools & Techniques—the monthly series that helps you evaluate editing tools and techniques.

This month, discover why clarity should be the ultimate goal of every writer. You'll also learn what clarity IS and what clarity ISN'T, as well as techniques for achieving clarity during your editing process.

We will be answering the following questions that you have on Clarity:

What is clarity?

Why is clarity so important for a writer?

Is clarity the same for every writer?

How do I achieve clarity?


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