The Little Red Writing Book by Brandon Royal

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For Writers From All Walks of Life!

There's no need to fear the big, bad world of writing with The Little Red Writing Book in hand. Brimming with clever advice, this book offers writers, students, and business professionals a concise guide to penning strong and effective work for all occasions.

The Little Red Writing Book is designed for visual appeal and ease of use. Elegant yet practical, it will be an intriguing, inviting reference you'll turn to again and again. Author Brandon Royal offers clear explanations and non-intimidating instruction based on the four pillars of sound writing – structure, style, readability, and grammar. His discussion centers on 20 immutable writing principles as well as 30 commonly encountered rules of grammar. A wealth of examples, charts, and engaging exercises make The Little Red Writing Book an invaluable guide for anyone who wants to master those skills that will make a good writer even better.

About Brandon Royal

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Brandon Royal works as a test-prep instructor and admissions coach for the US-based Kaplan education centers in Hong Kong. He is the author of 88 Great MBA Application Tips and Strategies and Ace the GMAT.
Published June 22, 2007 by Writer's Digest Books. 161 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Arts & Photography, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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In this smart, pleasingly designed handbook, test-prep expert Royal (Ace the GMAT) explores 20""immutable principles of writing"" and 30 basic rules of grammar and syntax with an eye to helping students craft better essays and business professionals compose more persuasive reports.

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