Saturday, September 24, 2016
Grammar for People Who Hate Rules: Killer Tips from the Ruthless Editor
Grammar for People Who Hate Rules
Killer Tips from The Ruthless Editor!
Worried about choosing the right word? Puzzled by punctuation? This easy-to-read guide is full of examples to help you make the right choice. Ever worry that your email to a client might have embarrassing grammar mistakes? That your report for your boss won’t meet expectations? That your professor will find fault with your mid-term paper? Communication skills are valued in every field and in every position. Whether you’re in the classroom, you’ve been out of school for a while, or you’ve just grown accustomed to texting and today’s digital shortcuts, now’s the time to jump back into the grammar game.
The easy-to-follow tips in Grammar For People Who Hate Rules, a straightforward guide to help you avoid many of today’s common word and punctuation errors, will remind you what you’ve forgotten and elevate your writing — and speaking — to a new level. Whether you’re writing for work, for school — or even creating a knockout profile for LinkedIn or a dating website — the tips in this book will bring you up to speed with today’s English grammar. You’ll build your reputation as you build your mastery, impressing your clients, your boss, your professor — or maybe even your potential mate!
Writing and grammar expert Kathleen Watson, fondly known as The Ruthless Editor, has nearly three decades of experience in the corporate and academic worlds. She has taught business professionals how to fine-tune their communication style, college students how to strengthen their writing, and Ph.D. candidates how to polish their dissertations. As a fiction and non-fiction book editor, she has helped many authors hone their writing skills. Put her Killer Tips to work for you today!
I recevied a complimentary copy.
Cassandra's Review- I often type as I would say something during a conversation and so my grammar is probably not nearly on point as most people. However this book has really great tips and it is not boring so I could actually focus on them. The book is perfect for children as well as adults.
Posted by Cassandra McCann