This Year In Great Writing

Every year is full of great writing, but in 2016 I really started to pay attention and highlight some wonderful work with words.

Here’s a recap of some of the examples I stumbled upon…

(from July)

Comedian Gary Gulman proves that with some great writing, even the most mundane of topics can make an audience belly laugh.

(from August)

In his book Rules of Civility, Amos Towles show how to really show a character’s love of food.

(from September)

Walt Whitman shows in, Once I Pass’d Through a Populous City, how to really sound romantic.

(from October)

Max Lucado uses an example of a child to show us something about prayer.

(from December)

Max Lucado is back to teach us how to paint a scene of the chaos of Christmas.

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