Thursday, June 26, 2014

"How To Write Anything" by Laura Brown

Writing, what does it entail? What are the rules? Are there any tips and tricks? In this new book by Laura Brown, readers will find information on literally how to write anything. Ms. Brown starts the book with a chapter on "The Writing Process," what is it? and how can you find your process? She then progresses through the basics of things like, "Obituaries," Weddings and Births,"Personal Business," "Note taking," and "Core Writing Assignments." Each topic is given individual attention with how to go about putting your words together, along with the "Do's and Don't's" you want to pay attention to. You can even find great information on putting together everything you need for a job search.

This is a book that should be in most every home. The art of writing sadly seems to be dwindling away, but even with computer software, you still need to know how to put something together coherently. This book can help you do just that. I especially enjoyed
"The Writing Process" because the information makes you think about your own personal style. Whether you are a student or not, this book would be a great tool in your reference library. I received my review copy from FSB Associates in exchange for an honest review.

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