Writing Well: The Essential Guide

Writing Well The Essential Guide Writing Well is a guide to expressive creative writing and effective professional prose The author a poet writer editor and teacher explains the techniques required for stylish and readable writin

  • Title: Writing Well: The Essential Guide
  • Author: Mark Tredinnick
  • ISBN: 9780521727686
  • Page: 281
  • Format: Paperback
  • Writing Well is a guide to expressive creative writing and effective professional prose The author, a poet, writer, editor and teacher, explains the techniques required for stylish and readable writing Everyone who wants to improve their writing can benefit from this book, which describes how to identify topics that inspire you to write get into the habit of writing regWriting Well is a guide to expressive creative writing and effective professional prose The author, a poet, writer, editor and teacher, explains the techniques required for stylish and readable writing Everyone who wants to improve their writing can benefit from this book, which describes how to identify topics that inspire you to write get into the habit of writing regularly develop ideas construct effective arguments choose words for maximum effect use grammar correctly structure sentences and paragraphs appropriately write with integrity The book is enriched by examples from great modern writers, and includes a variety of exercises and suggestions for writing activities Mark Tredinnick practises what he preaches, making his book highly enjoyable as well as technically instructive.

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    About "Mark Tredinnick"

    1. Mark Tredinnick

      Mark Tredinnick born 1962 is a celebrated Australian poet, essayist and teacher Winner of the Montreal International Poetry Prize in 2011 and the Cardiff International Poetry Competition in 2012 He is the author of thirteen books, including four volumes of poetry Bluewren Cantos, Fire Diary, The Lyrebird, The Road South The Blue Plateau The Little Red Writing Book and Writing Well the Essential Guide For twenty years he has taught poetry, grammar, creative nonfiction and business prose in Sydney and around the world.

    707 thoughts on “Writing Well: The Essential Guide”

    1. One of the things I like best about browsing paper books in libraries is that sometimes you get what you weren't expecting, and it's wonderful.I needed a book for a grad student whose writing is from the "why write one word, when six ill-used ones will make me sound more intelligent" school. Because this book opened with many examples of terrible academic and business writing, and exercises for rewriting them, I grabbed it without looking through it thoroughly. I'm glad I always read books befor [...]


    2. I enjoyed "Writing Tools" more but there was some good basic practical advice in the work. The strongest part of the work, I felt, was the chapter on "Sentencing," which explored some of the different sentence structures that work well and what their advantages and disadvantages are. The chapter on "Grace" and "Shapely Thoughts" also had some useful nuggets.



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