This is not a writing manual, nor a guide to grammar, nor to rhetoric.
Obviously not: look at its length, or lack of it. It is only a small
book aiming to help you form ideas about writing, and to write whenever
you want to. Writing need not be an ordeal nor an impossible feat. It
is a do-able task: one that becomes a pleasure when you get into it.
Reading this book should make writing easier, and should keep you from
breaking your head in attempts on the impossible. But I don’t guarantee
masterpieces. In fact, I don’t mean to deal with creative writing. How
could one ever generalize about the ways of creative writers? Their
methods are individual to a fault: some pursue total spontaneity; some
mull over poems for months and then
write them in a day