First You Write a Sentence: The Elements of Reading, Writing . . . and Life
by Joe Moran Author
Ever have trouble finding the right word to express yourself? We all have. It's annoying. Writing well is in fact an artform, but like anything else, anyone can do it with study and pracitce. With engaging language and a few technical terms, Moran uses sources from Shakespeare to George Orwell, to show how writing can be compelling and engage audiences in ways unimaginable. Whether your issue is finding the right words, forming plots, sentence structure and the horrors of grammar or other various problems, let this book be a guide for you to get your writing where you want it to be.
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