Roy Peter Clark, a senior scholar at the Poynter Institute shares Fifty Writing Tools, saying: At times, it helps to think of writing as carpentry. That way, writers and editors can work from a plan and use tools stored on their workbench. You can borrow a writing tool at any time. And here’s a secret: Unlike hammers, chisels, and rakes, writing tools never have to be returned. They can be cleaned, sharpened, and passed on..
Clark’s Thirty Tools for Writers has been one of the most popular articles at Poynters, and is meant to provide “all the tools you need to be a better journalist”.
Worth a read. And many more.