TTOF: Writing About Guns Without Shooting Yourself in the Foot

My latest post on “Thinking Through Our Fingers,” a blog on writing:

You don’t have to be a gun expert to write about guns. In most cases, you’re actually better off being as non-specific as possible. Getting into a lot of details about models and actions and calibers is a sure-fire way to put most of your readers to sleep. When details matter, though, it’s important to get them right. Failing to do so can turn readers off to your writing.

Read it here.

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