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Would you like to improve your writing skills and become the writer you know you should be? Are you simply frustrated with your own writing, knowing deep inside you could be, and should be, producing much better work? Does the fear of writing, or perceived lack of ability, cause you to break into a cold sweat when you have been assigned a project due in a few days? Do you want to become a professional writer? If your answers to any of these questions is yes, then you need to hear about how to write almost anything better and faster!

©1988, 2006 Arthur Herzog III (P)2014 Arthur Herzog III

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HOW TO WRITE

If you could sum up How to Write Almost Anything Better and Faster! in three words, what would they be?

Discipline, Consentration, Discipline

What other book might you compare How to Write Almost Anything Better and Faster! to and why?

None it is unique

Which character – as performed by Jack Nolan – was your favorite?

This is a non fiction book, thus the main character is ARTHUR HERZOG, and I married him.

What did you learn from How to Write Almost Anything Better and Faster! that you would use in your daily life?

That if you have a schedule, and follow it, you can accomplish any task.

Any additional comments?

This book should be in every students library, every writer,