RodMaker is filled with articles submitted by authors with varying degrees of writing skill.Â Nothing gets turned down due to bad writing, of course. The quality of the information being conveyed is the important thing and most any submission can be cleaned up and presented properly.Â There are, however, several authors that continually impressed me not only with the information they share, but with how they share it. I envy their writing skills.
Iâ€™ve published a good many articles by Rich Forhan. Every single one has been concise and to the point. Most importantly, everything there was needed and anything needed was there. Rich has the ability to say more with fewer words than any other RodMaker author Iâ€™ve yet encountered.
Another stand out author has been Dr. William Hanneman.Â Not only are his articles well written but he has a unique means of conveying even a complicated idea in very easy to understand terminology. There are no superfluous sentences in his articles – he gets the point across easily the first time, every time.
There are many other good writers whose articles have also appeared in RodMaker – I certainly don’t mean to leave anyone out. But these two have impressed me with each and every submission. They deserve a great deal of credit for the success of RodMaker over these many years.