How to Write Anything: A Complete Guide
by Laura Brown Author
Organize // Draft // Revise
This title doesn't lie! Seriously, this book gives you templates and tips for how to write ANYTHING. Just a few examples: a lab report, wedding vows, a letter contesting a parking ticket, a windshield note, a love letter, an internship cover letter, a job offer, a bill, a questionnaire, a thank-you note, a recipe, a eulogy, many types of essays, and a tweet. There's a bunch of frontmatter that also leads you to examine the key questions of why you want to write something, what the thing you write needs to achieve, and should you write it at all? An encyclopedic resource perfect for students, people in human resources or marketing, and anyone who's ever procrastinated sending thank-you notes for so long that you now live in a cave, alone.
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