Spoilers: 1. I used multiple book formats, including a lot more audio. 2. Though my overall book count was higher, my average page count per book was lower. 3. I built up some habits focused on quality reading time (including less TV and social media), and in the end these habits were more effective than aiming for a specific number.
They are very different. But how different, exactly?
Many of us writers don't have the money or opportunity for the ideal writing haven, especially when starting out. Wretched wordsmiths that we are, whatever shall we do?
Most people who have an inkling of what technical writing is tend to view it in terms of strict practicality or outright boredom. But what if I told you it was far more creative than we think, and a key ingredient in solving some of society's toughest problems?
It is all too possible for technical writing applicants, whether unconsciously or not, to create a misleading impression of their writing and design abilities. Here are some ways to address that.
What is the significance of medieval special operations subject for writers who enjoy fantasy fiction?
You might have heard of a certain book that is trending right now: 'Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind', by Yuval Noah Harari. But I doubt you've heard of another book by the same author: 'Special Operations in the Age of Chivalry'.