3 Effective Tricks to Improving Newsletters

While frozen inside this winter, my client Nancy started 2014 on the right foot by writing her eNewsletters (or “success stories”) for the year. As she completed each one, she sent them to Simply Stated Consulting for editing. Nancy was an experienced writer, and thus knew how important it is to have a second pair […] Read more »

Writing Your Wrongs

Mistakes or Treasures

Are there right and wrong ways to write?  If there were, we would consider writing a science, not an art form.  Differences in what people consider “good” writing exist.  What one person thinks is a masterpiece, another may think is garbage.  Yet many people, including myself, claim that there are rules to writing that we […] Read more »