The greatest good you can do for another is not just to share your riches but to reveal to him his own.
Francis from the Butler Library Blog gave me the opportunity to write a guest posting about writing with content outlines (using Circus Ponies Notebook). It turned out to be a rather long posting, but it covers content outlines in general, advantages and possible disadvantages, how to create them, and using an outliner application for working with them. I can strongly recommend using content outlines for writing, whether it’s academic/scientific/non-fiction writing or fictional writing. If you are looking for a way to turn all the materials you have available into a coherent text, then have a look at the posting.
As usual, I’m thankful for constructive feedback.
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