How to write in style

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Write in Style: A Guide to Good English by Richard Palmer

Write in Style is aimed at all for whom clarity and accuracy of expression are important skills. All the main styles and grammaticalrules are covered, their sense axplained and vivid examples given of how not to write. Plenty of sound and meticulous advice is offered in a friendly and enthusiastic toneand a large part of the book covers specific types of writing, from essays and articles to minutes and reportage. The many illustrations, examples and exercises throughout help the reader put into practice the techniques and skillds the book explores.
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As a writer, you have a gift of creativity in using your art as something that can elicit feelings. Writing a book may make people laugh, take people on a journey or fill them with knowledge. Writing is and can be an art form if you use it to express yourself and learn the art of doing it well. Most writers will find themselves falling into a specific style of writing. This will usually happen around your interests, your education, knowledge of writing and the books you read. Learn more about it here.

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You certainly don't open such a publication expecting such tips from novelist Kurt Vonnegut, a writer with a style of his own if ever there was one. This arguably holds much truer now, given the explosion of textual communication over the internet, than it did in I'll certainly keep writing on the subjects I care most about — many of them on display right here on Open Culture — keeping it as simple as I can bear, saying what I mean, and sounding like Follow him on Twitter at colinmarshall or on Facebook. We're hoping to rely on our loyal readers rather than erratic ads.

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