Practical Advice for Canadian Writers
All of us would like our reports to be persuasive, our letters to be interesting, our memos to be informative, our instructions to be understood. We want our written documents to be read with interest and our messages to be comprehended precisely.
40 Rules provides you with practical and easy-to-read advice from a Canadian writer and teacher of writing.
Dozens of real examples from daily newspapers, business and government documents.
A productivity tool for students, professionals, managers, public sector workers and anyone who wants to write effectively.
How to emphasize Singular or plural
Avoid arcane terminology e colon
I, me or myself?
Avoid the passive voice
How to present information in lists Just plain wrong words
Who or whom?