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How to Write Articles for Newspapers and Magazines (Arco How to Write Articles for Newspapers & Magazines)
A diverse collection of handy desk references designed to help students, business professionals, and all readers become more productive in school, the workplace, and everyday life.A journalist shows the ins and outs to professionals and amateurs who want to break into the business.
Paperback, 96 pages
Published May 13th 2002 by Peterson's Guides,U.S.
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Oct 23, 2014 Tabatha rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Anyone who wants to learn how to write good articles
Recommended to Tabatha by: My local library
Quick read and seems to be pretty useful, but I won't know until I get to writing some articles. Now all I need is some topics to write about. Some parts of this were kind of dull but that's to be expected with any book that might be teaching you something.
This book offers great advice is an easy to digest structure. Although it is a bit dated, it is an incredibly useful and quick read. It is also one of the few books that helped me understand some of my grammar issues.
I learned to focus on my goal as a writer to help readers understand any topic. I could see when writing I can be overly confident and need to be more accurate in checking my list of how to perfect my articles when writing. This is similar to an English book, but it is concise and gives an over all view to writing magazines and for newspapers with some mechanics that may be written slightly different. I think this makes a handy reference every so often even for the professionals, but it is reall ...more