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How to Write: Not Your Usual User’s Guide to the English Language
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Paperback
February 2015
ISBN: 978-0-9882820-1-8
6.0" x 9.0" / 252 pages
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Most guides to good writing are written by people who can’t write.   Even The Elements of Style, by Strunk & White (the best-selling book of its kind until now) begins on page 1 with a rule about when to use the semicolon.  Does that sound like a smart opening hook?

Here at long last is a priceless guide to As in the classroom and five-star book reviews on the Internet:   How to Write digests the wisdom and expertise of more than one hundred great masters (and records the lapses of a few great buffoons).

If you wish to succeed in college or in the literary marketplace, then this is a resource that you cannot do without.

The best book you’ll ever read may be one that you wrote yourself—but not until you know How to Write.