Writing advice from iconic authors

Bask in the timeless wisdom of Ernest Hemingway, Mark Twain, Elmore Leonard and F. Scott Fitzgerald.

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There’s plenty of writing advice out there, but why not learn from some of the best who ever put pen to paper?

Let’s review a handful of timeless tips shared by four literary giants:

Ernest Hemingway

“Papa” was a master craftsman with words. His concise style is a testament to brevity, which all writers should emulate.

Here are a few pieces of enduring Hemingway wisdom, as listed by Open Culture:

Mark Twain

The Missouri native was the father of American literature, according to William Faulkner.

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