What should you write about? To whom are you writing? How do you make the text say exactly what you want it to say? And perhaps the most important decision of all—when you get stuck, to whom should you turn for advice? The writers and editors at TIME Magazine face these same questions every day. And they know how important it is to have an easy-to-use resource that provides no-nonsense answers to writing questions the moment they arise. Your Writer’s Notebook is just such a resource.