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How to Write Communicating Ideas and Info

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The New York Times' William Safire calls HOW TO WRITE "The most helpful book the beginning writer can buy." No wonder it's sold more than 200,000 copies worldwide! Whether you are a student, a professional -- or an aspiring writer -- this little handbook will teach you how to communicate your ideas and information clearly and concisely. It will show you how to organize

Hardcover, 110 pages
Published February 14th 1996 by Ingram (first published 1996)
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Juergen John Roscher
I bought Herbert Meyer’s book, “How to Write: Communication Ideas and Info” several years ago but it sat on my book shelf unread. I was looking for a writing book and decided it was time to give this book a try.

This writing book does not target a specific type of writing or genre of book. The concepts taught in the book are general to any type of writing from essays, poetry, fiction, or non-fiction. This book has three main sections: (1) organizing for a writing project, (2) how to develop a fi
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A very short book best suited for someone struggling with writing or who was taught that writing is really nothing more than grammar. The book provides a simplified look at writing as a process and as a series of decisions.
Dec 30, 2015 Chrystal rated it really liked it
A clear, informative guide on how to begin the writing process and how to complete it. The outline this book provides can be applied to all types of writing materials and genres. It would be a good compliment to genre-specific guides.
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