Editing Made Easy

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Penguin Group Australia, Jul 1, 2003 - Reference - 144 pages
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Have you ever wondered . . . how to make your writing more exciting, more punchy and more accurate? Why your sentences sometimes do not make sense? What people mean when they complain about split infinitives? This book will answer these questions and many more you have not thought of yet. Editing made Easy is not just an indispensable reference book for the experienced writer or journalist, it is also a beginner's guide to writing, editing and improving your work - from reports, articles and press releases, to newsletters, brochures and business communications. Bruce Kaplan, a newspaper sub-editor with more than 40 years' international experience, offers easy ways to solve grammatical problems and make your writing clearer, more engaging and more professional.

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Bruce Kaplan is a newspaper subeditor and editorial trainer with international experience spanning 40 years. He has held senior positions with major publications in Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore. He trains editors and writers for newspapers and magazines, and tutors at writers' centres and tertiary education institutions. He may be reached at editeasy@hotmail.com.

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