Everyday Letters for Busy People: Hundreds of Samples You Can Adapt at a Moment's Notice : Invitations and Resignations, Complaints and Condolences, E-mail and Snail Mail, and More

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Career Press, 2004 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
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Everyday Letters for Busy People includes a wide variety of sample letters you can use or adapt at a minute's notice, with: - Business letters.- Complaint letters.- Community action letters.- Job-search letters.- Letters to government officials and agencies.- Thank-you letters.In addition, for those of you who can't think beyond e-mail, this book includes a new section on how to write concise, polite, and effective e-mails easier and faster than ever!Everyday Letters for Busy People will not only help you to create the sharpest interview follow-up, the kindest thank you, the most heartfelt condolence, and the most effective complaint letter, it will also direct you in proper letter etiquette and help you become a better writer.

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Chapter 2
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
The Parts of a Letter
Forms of Address
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Sample Letters and Email Messages

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2004)

May has more than fifteen years in written communications consulting and training

Regina McAloney holds a bachelor's degree in journalism and a master's in English Language and Literature from Fordham University. Articles and letters to the editor that she has written have appeared in literary journals(such as, Crossings and To the Quick), medical journals, regional newspapers, and magazines. For the past 10 years she was worked as an editor.

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