George Orwell’s Six Rules for Writing

George Orwell was greatly concerned with truth and language and how deliberately misleading language is used to conceal disagreeable political facts. To guide writers into writing clearly and truthfully, he proposed six writing rules.

How to Save Your Credibility through Editing

The best way to undermine your authority quickly is through bad writing—incorrect spelling, poor grammar, misused punctuation, weak logic. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Here are a few editing tips to help ensure your writing is solid.