For example, when you started reading this paragraph you knew that it would say the concept of obvious when you read "the obvious is" If you write, "Leonardo Clipping Path Service took his hand out of Lucía's bag, where she keeps her things" It's very obvious that Lucía keeps her things in her bag, because that's what bags are for. There are writers who understand the art of simple writing so well that they go beyond the capabilities of this council and take it to a higher plane.
They are no longer concerned with omitting the obvious, but are able to develop a story without explaining what happens, making the reader live what happens with their narrative capacity. An example is Arturo Pérez-Reverte in his work El Tango de la Guardia Vieja: "sharing a pillow is sharing secrets" Think about the literal meaning of the phrase. Now think about the idea you wanted to capture. They are two totally different things, a very clear idea that was perfectly developed with 5 words and nothing more. 3. Describe only what is necessary "Rosa got out of the blue truck and walked along the sidewalk, which already showed its concrete cracked by the inclement sun that suffocated the 15 people who were waiting at the stop where Raúl was" Surely you will feel more interested in this story if you read:
"Rosa got off the truck and immediately found herself facing Raúl..." Yes, exactly. It is not necessary to describe every detail. Going straight to the point is a way to keep the reader focused. Only describe what is necessary. Following these 3 tips will help you master the art of simple writing. But remember, to know how to give fluidity to what you write, you need to read, read more and keep reading. If you liked this article or you want to tell us which author you know, who masters the art of writing in a simple way, don't hesitate to leave us your comment!