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Der Heimliche Fürstensohn hGetting the Words Right is the perfect example ofow we take things for granted like breathing Reading this book was a reminder of the basics of communication Using the best and clearest methodstools to get the point acrossThis is definitely a keeper one I plan to refer to freuently The only issue I ad was that for some points there were many examples too many and none for others Not a bad book as far as writing craft goes but the BROWN typeface is brutal for those of us with less than stellar vision
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am preparing to start revisions of my first draft and this book preparing to start revisions of my first draft and this book me so much I believe that if I follow the advice offered I will ave an excellent book on my Strength Training for Basketball (Strength Training for Sport) hands Some of the writing samples that Mr Cheney enjoyed were not in my taste but the pages were packed withelpful advice I just could not finish this book The first couple of chapters about editing were Megalodon: Fact or Fiction? helpful but the rest of it fe Revision for writersAll too often oneears that revision is the key to successful writing This book offers rules for successful writing comprehensive in scope and purpose While it reads like a digest of rules and applications it. The Secret to Good WritingWhen asked by the Paris Review what compelled im to rewrite the
ending of A Farewell to Arms 39 times Ernest Hemingway replied Getting the words right His answer of A Farewell to Arms 39 times Ernest Hemingway replied Getting the words right His answer what every successful writer knows The secret to all good writing is revisionFor than twenty years Getting the Words Right as. .
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being devoted to common word mistakes and misunderstandings While this could so easily ave beendevoted to common word mistakes and misunderstandings While this could so easily John Ormond, Emyr Humphreys, John Tripp (Penguin Modern Poets, have been boring end churning out the same old principles that schoolteachersave been preaching for years it was actually a pretty fascinating uick fire final round for the book addressing some issues that
I already knew about and some that were completely new to me who knew the difference between nauseous and nauseatedalready knew about and some that were completely new to me who knew the difference between nauseous and nauseated MeThe Book Is meThe book is by an American and does suffer on occasion from US English advice though not too much and some of the examples ave clearly suffered from the Kindle ising process there was a section where the examples should clearly ave Des Souris et des hommes eBook: John Steinbeck, Maurice-Edgar Coindreau: Amazon.fr: Amazon Media EUS.à r.l. had some form of crossing out or editing that just didn t appear in the Kindle version but overall this is a good reference An editing book that needed editing Good but too wordy This is a real treasure of a book one I keep going back to over and over again It covers the three fundamentals of revision reducing rearranging and rewording Iighly recommend it Archaic style wordy over academic full of passive constructions I couldn t get past the first 25 pages Don t waste your time or money. Shifting point of view and styleexpress your ideas clearly by trimming away weak or extra wordsYou'll strengthen existing pieces and every future work by applying the three simple principles reduce rearrange and reword Once the secrets of revision are yours you'll be able to follow Hemingway's lead and get the words righ. .
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An Intermediate To Advancedintermediate to advanced may need an extra push that Three line review While there were a few ints sprinkled throughout this book that might prove Leggiamo l'ora. Gioco e imparo. Ediz. a colori helpful in my career most of this book s 257 pages are drivel Too much of this book is ego driven punctuated with notes like this is my preference There are far better books available for people who want to fine tune their writing skills Pretty good if somewhat overlong book that gives you the basic rules for writing and revision to ensure that whatever you re writing you end up with the perfect message principles which I should add I m not usingere Divided into 39 chapters one for each rule Cheney argues uite effectively that the process splits into three basic principles reduce rearrange and reword This of course oversimplifies things
horribly but serves as a useful way ofbut serves as a useful way of up the bookI felt that the book loses its way in the middle a little though perhaps it s not intended to be read from cover to cover in one go The author does admit in the Afterword that if you ve read the whole book you probably Le guide Ornitho have the patience to write one However it does end up on a very goo. Helped writers from all professions rewrite revise and refine their writing In this new edition author Theodore Cheney offers 39 targeted ways you can improve your writing includingow tocreate smooth transitions between paragraphscorrect the invisible faults of inconsistency incoherence and imbalanceovercome problems of.