Writetype: Personality Types and Writing Styles
This book outlines the 4 different writing "personality types": the correspondent, the technical writer, the creative writer, and the analytical writer. Readers will learn their own natural type and be better able to flex their writing style to more appropriate WriteTypes as the need calls for them.
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