On Writing Well by William Zinsser is one of the best books on writing nonfiction. This book is actually an interesting read and not simply a writer’s manual. Zinsser simplifies the process of writing, what writers think about and how to put the pen on paper. But one of the best parts of this book is the section on editing. Concise is the word. When it comes to nonfiction writing, writers should delete the fluff, and he goes into detail on how to do just that.
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