How To Write Anything

Ever wondered about the do's and don'ts of writing a:
  • Business Apology
  • Letter of Recommendation
  • Job Advertisement
  • Interview Follow-up
  • Press Release
  • Executive Summary
  • Collection Letter
  • Resignation Letter
...then, the book, How To Write Anything: A Complete Guide is for you.

This 596-page book not only provides you examples and templates for all types of writing you do at work, but also, and most important, provides you do's and don'ts for each writing situation.

Author Laura Brown provides 200 how-to entries and easy-to-use models organized into three comprehensive sections on writing for:
  • Work
  • School (research paper, book review, internship letter)
  • Your Personal Life (i.e. get-well note, baby shower invitation, complaint letter)
Best of all, her advice is Internet-savvy, because she provides you advice for choosing the most appropriate medium for your message:  email or pen and paper.

Brown has more than 25 years' experience providing training and coaching in business writing. She's also taught composition and literature at Columbia University.

This is a book you can use for a lifetime -- during your schooling, career and everyday living.


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