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American sports writer Walter ‘Red’ Smith is famously quoted as saying
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If you know what you want to say but don’t know how to put it in writing, one of the things that can
This is a comprehensive book about writing and publishing your own book.
Obviously, there are many books on this subject, but I particularly like this one because Sumsion goes into the publishing process – especially print publishing –
Book Review: Writing at Work – A Quick and Easy Guide to Grammar and Effective Business Writing, by Ellis Morgan
This is a handy reference guide for writers, covering aspects of grammar and writing style. It’s short and to the point, with the material organised in alphabetical order for easy reference.
This is not a formal style guide, but it does provide
I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by Dr. Liz Alexander about my book Fast, Flat and Free. Because she is an expert
Dan Poynter is a world expert on writing, books and how to boost your authority by becoming an author. In this little gem of a book, he covers practically every point you need to consider when planning, writing, editing and publishing your book.
If you’re an expert who has written a book about your area of expertise – or you’re in the process of writing it – I’m sure you know already that it’s not enough to just publish the book and wait for the money
>My local post office has a box of bargain books, which included titles from two of my favourite authors when I was younger – Tom Clancy and Alistair Maclean:
Clearly these novels no longer command the $20 price tag I paid for them when
>I’ve just been watching the DVD of Mike Myers’ movie The Love Guru. It’s – ahem – not the greatest movie of all time, and I’ve fallen asleep three times already before getting to the end.
But I was amused by some