Keys to Great Writing Revised and Expanded: Mastering the Elements of Composition and Revision
by Stephen Wilbers Author
"Say what you have to say. Say it simply and directly. To improve your style, begin by reducing your writing to its essential elements. Then build." This sage advice sets the stage for a practical, sensible guide to the craft of producing writing that is both clear and artful in a way that suits its purpose. Laid out like a textbook, this guide is a valuable resource for anyone who wants to write for an audience, whether you're setting out to write a novel, journalism, documentation, or a business analysis.
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