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How to Write Well

Narrated by: Charles Galco
Length: 1 hr and 33 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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Have you ever wanted to improve your writing skills? Why is it important to write well? It seems like a silly question, but our writings precede us. When applying for a job we must submit a resumé and sometimes a cover letter. Or how about when sending emails to someone we don’t know well or haven't met, such as work partners, customers, or when responding on behalf of your company or institute? Your writing often forms the first impression, and you only get one chance to make it. When writing, we send a message about ourselves. Michael Stover has distilled over 10 years of writing and editing experience into one easy-to-listen-to work that you will refer to again and again. Learn from his simple lessons and realize a marked improvement in your writing after just the first 30 minutes! 

The second edition contains five new sections to further improve your writing. With this new version, this book will become an even more valuable resource to keep handy while you write.

©2016 Michael Stover (P)2019 Michael Stover

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Good explanation of writing technique

This is a good resource to help walk through explanations of different writing techniques, tools to help explain your thoughts and ideas in writing. although it's a little monotone the information is really good. I would recommend if you are going to write that you give this a listen, it is reasonably short and you can get through it quickly.

At the end of a book the author invites you to participate in an email newsletter that gives you tips with access to ebook about writing blogs.

Wishing you great success in your writing.