Monday, January 14, 2013


Thinking Ahead
Part of being a good nonfiction writer is, in fact, imagining answers before you have them. This kind of imagining helps you ask better questions. It aids you as you hone a strategy for tackling the often difficult job of finding out the truth. The essential trick, though, is to let go of those early presuppositions the instant they are disproved by real information.
Amy Wallace, writer, author and magazine editor URL  (Thanks to alert WORDster Chip Scanlan)

• Editorial Comment: It’s a good practice to change your mind regularly.
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