Writing Inspiration #33

Here’s a timeless advice that will take any writer; good at his trade, to places.

Being economical with your words, not just makes it idiot-proof but also enhances the quality of your work tremendously. And of course, nothing’s excluded of this rule but the first drafts.

What do you think?


What do you think? How important is being economical with one’s writing? Do share your thoughts below.

Happy reading till we meet next.

Until then, carpe diem! 🙂


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18 thoughts on “Writing Inspiration #33

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  1. Aha! I am quite good with lots of words making feeling expressive and I’d say when you can offer in abundance while restricting. Also given, though, that few words can kindle the suspense further 🙂


  2. Efficiency matters but what I think is once a person is in full flow… One shouldn’t resist oneself instead one should emphasis more on emotions than words..


      1. You may find Haruki Murakami’s any work enchanting. It successfully grips readers far more than his words that actually mean nothing. It’s beautiful on how it works. No sense, but irresistible & enchanting.


“I love writing. I love the swirl and swing of words as they tangle with human emotions.” ― James A. Michener

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