Good writing doesn’t come easy. Whether you are an author working on your novel, a graduate student about to submit your assignment, a journalist about to compose an article, or even an employee about to send an important email—you tend to get stuck, at one point or another, at a passage or even a line that just doesn’t read right. And you wonder what went wrong. Here is a little volume of immense importance to writers everywhere. The elements of style is considered the best book of its kind. It has been read and referred to by millions, and continues to lend a helping hand when it comes to understanding the principles of English style and writing.
William Strunk, Jr.