4 writing lessons from Roger Ebert

He’s written movie reviews for the Chicago Sun-Times since 1967; he’s authored more than 15 books, and from 1975 – 2006 co-hosted the TV show “At the Movies.” Cancer has left him without the ability to speak, and yet he’s become even more vocal thanks to his  blog and Twitter feed . Bottom line: Roger Ebert is prolific. So, why not take cues from him? Start with these four writing lessons.

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