In On Writing Well, the late William Zinsser practices what he preaches, writing engagingly about writing engagingly.
Some of the stuff, you’ll know already: cut back on the adverbs; keep practising; if in doubt, two short sentences are better than one long sentence; that sort of thing. But there’s plenty of other food for thought in this enjoyable volume.
I’ve read several books on how to improve as a non-fiction writer. This one was by far the most useful.