Writing Without Hiding : How to Write What You Mean and Be Heard in the New Economy
Being able to write candidly and clearly has never been more important. In today's economy, a growing number of jobs require us to connect with others and share information -- actions we accomplish mostly through writing. Yet many of us haven't yet discovered a writing process or a voice that will allow us to be heard. We procrastinate until a deadline looms. We research too little -- or too much. We use language that is unclear or overwrought or both. In short, we are consciously or subconsciously hiding. Writing Without Hiding helps you illuminate and overcome these tendencies. It offers tips for developing a more efficient writing process (research, first drafts, revisions, etc.) and clarifying your language. All this -- and no exercises or homework! So dive right in. This book is your friendly and practical companion to improving your writing for work, school and creative projects.
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 3.56mm | 140.61g
- 02 Jan 2014
- Justin Glanville
- Illustrations, color
About Justin Glanville
Justin Glanville is a freelance writer. He is a former reporter for The Associated Press and has taught college-level courses on professional writing. He is working on a novel and a supernatural podcast series. Find him at http: //www.justinglanville.co