Power Write!: A Practical Guide to Words That Work
This book is different from other books that teach you only how to edit and use proper grammar. It teaches you how to create great ideas, then capture them on paper. It gives you the tools and direction you need to express yourself in ways that will effectively move your readers. For business or pleasure writing, nonfiction or fiction. This book is indeed a practical to guide to words that work.This book will help you: Get started -- overcome writer's block; Create ideas and organize effective outlines; Write lively, powerful, engaging prose; Develop your own style; Improve every memo, letter, report, proposal, and article you write.
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Before You Start
Taking a Critical Look
Developing a Style
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