Writing: Are You Generous or Miserly?

An interesting article…

Two Drops of Ink: A Literary Blog

 By: Marilyn L. Davis
“It was said of old Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, that she never puts dots over I’s to save ink.  ~Horatio Walpole

What is Generous Writing?

Generous writing is my term for pieces that give more than just quick information or only the facts; it is the creative aspect of non-fiction.  Writing today has to be more than simply a word count and quantity, it has to be the word and content quality as well. These articles include the story behind the words, and that takes time, energy, and effort on our part to create a meaningful, value added article.

Writing about Any Topic: Miserly or Generous?


Are you a miser like Scrooge in your writing? Most of us know the story by Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol. The main character, Scrooge, with his Bah – Humbug attitude embodies selfishness, indifference, and miserly behaviors. When…

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