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Important Fundamental Rules You Must Understand Well to Write Well
Intermediate and Advanced Rules We Must Know Well to Write With Confidence
Punctuation and Capitalization Rules
Common Elementary Grammatical Errors to Avoid
Common Intermediate and Advanced Errors to Avoid
Identify and Fix These Thirteen Weaknesses in Your Writing
Fourteen Techniques the Best Writers Use to Write Impressive Prose—Clear, Comprehensible, Refined, Eloquent
Fourteen More Powerful Writing Techniques to Help You Write Better Than You Ever Have
Independent sections make up each chapter. You can improve quickly by reading just three chapters in 1-2 days. You will emerge an improved writer, writing more clear and comprehensible prose and making fewer errors.
Read three or four chapters in each book and you will emerge not just a confident and skillful writer, but also an effective and influential writer, writing better than you ever have. Guaranteed.
Creators write professional content often read by educated and highly-educated readers; content such as professional emails, essays, tutorials, blog posts, articles, academic papers, and books.
Though busy, creators must communicate effectively and write and sound not only educated but also refined, not only grammatical but also reputable, not only knowledgeable but also compelling. We must communicate effectively because poor grammar and weak writing could compromise our credibility, reputation, and even our businesses (especially start-ups).
Consequently, we have to write well. Some of us must improve or risk being viewed as semiliterate, dull, slovenly, or uncultivated. But we can’t improve our writing by reading just any grammar book, for most are too limiting, covering just the basics and skimming over essential topics; some others are too academic or demanding.
The two Grammar and Writing for Creators books fill the gap between too limiting and too complex.