Free eBook Educates Writers on How to Write Clearly and Concisely for General and Technical Readers
LousyWriter. com has released a free ebook, titled, "How to Write Clear, Concise, and Simple Sentences that Readers Love!"
English is the foremost spoken language in the world. For this reason it's valuable to learn proven methods to build practical writing abilities in English. Even if you choose not to hone and continually improve your writing skills, you'll surely find yourself writing a good deal at your job. Writing emails to customers to producing complex reports to crafting text for online conversations, writing is a natural activity of engaging in business.
Writing for either group of readers -- for the general public or for industry experts -- is tricky. In writing for general readers it is best to write plainly and naturally at a grade 7 reading level (as this is the readability level of the average reader in the U.S.); but to write for the well-informed industry tradesperson, you must learn how to use every word correctly and you must have something of interest to say.
"How to Write Clear, Concise, and Simple Sentences that Readers Love!" instructs you on how to write expertly for both groups of readers, applying distinctive plain English writing techniques while preserving the two fundamental functions of all competent writing: 1) writing on a topic or subject that interests your readers; and 2) selecting the best words to get your message across to your readers with ease.
The free ebook, penned by Brian Scott, a skilled business writer, includes thirteen in-depth chapters, from "How to Write Interesting Content for Common Readers," "How to Write Interesting Content for Specialized Readers," to "How to Prevent Understated, Overstressed Expressions," and "How to Eliminate Annoying Wordiness." Each chapter incorporates "before" and "after" examples so readers can visually understand how to cure frequent writing mistakes and learn how to strengthen the meaning of each sentence.
LousyWriter.com is a free website that educates writers and non-writers on how to write better. The ebook is offered as a free .pdf download at http://www.lousywriter.com/
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