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Our Jo’s daughter puts an election metaphor under the microscope. (With some help from Jo.)
Creative writing writing can teach you a lot about writing at work, but it takes practice. Here are some ideas to help you keep up with your creativity.
You've finally put pen to paper. Here's what to do once you've got the first draft down.
What can creative writing teach you about writing at work? More than you might think. When our Marianne isn’t working at Writer HQ, she’s busy writing plays. Here are her top tips for improving your writing.
Our Anelia’s not impressed with what she hears from the New York subway.
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Our Colby’s been networking. And the different ways people talk about their jobs struck a chord.
Our Anelia picked up plenty of pointers at the Advanced Learning Institute’s recent internal communications conference.
We’re jumping on the 50 Shades of Grey bandwagon. In a business writing context, of course.
Our Neil’s railing against the things that make some conferences feel like a life sentence.
Wondering why a lot of idioms seems to blow little ducks*? Our Harry has the answer. *Latvian for talk nonsense.
Bank needn’t be a four-letter word. Our Jo’s got some advice for the industry.
We’re sad to say our colleague Lisa Plumbridge died early in the New Year. She was a project manager at The Writer in London, though she’d been off work with cancer for...
Writing anything that’s legally binding? Our Neil’s got a couple of things you need to bear in mind.
Our Anelia sounds a note of caution for anyone drafting a bit of internal comms.
Our Theo’s put his festive trust in Jamie Oliver, and not just because of his talent with a turkey baster.
Our Colby's written a nice blog that might make you think about language for a few moments.
We&#039;re in favour of Russell Brand&#039;s brand of writing.