“Writing with intent – with a solid grasp of your purpose for writing and disseminating your work – inevitably improves the end result.”
I wrote that right here a few years ago with a purpose I hope is obvious: to help other writers identify and focus on and achieve their own goals, whether those might be writing clear, informative articles, great books, persuasive essays or anything else.
Now I’m writing to share a prime example of writing with intent: Pick any Our Human Family article.
I’ve been an OHF reader for at least a couple of years now and subscribe to OHF Weekly.
Why? Because the writing overall is excellent, compelling and persuasive, and it’s focused on issues that should be important to all of us humans.
Any other questions?