I’m not a great writer, I’m not even sure I’m a good writer, but I know good writing when I read it, and two writers particularly have drawn my attention.
The first is Peggy Noonan who writes for The Wall Street Journal. Peggy can take a complicated subject and make it easy for anyone to understand. She writes like she’s speaking to someone on the street and I find her style to be interesting and informative. She also has great insight into her subject.
The other is Chester Allen who writes a fishing column for The Olympian. Chester can paint pictures with words. When he writes about fishing, I can feel the warm breeze on my face, see the ripples in the water and smell the fresh dampness of the river.
If you get a chance to read either of these two writers, take the time to enjoy the ideas and the pictures they paint. It’s one of the beauties of the printed word.
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