From Library Journal
Poor handwriting is a common failing. This book teaches italic handwriting, an attractive, simple script which, with practice, becomes a neat, legible hand. A history of the changes in letter forms over the ages is outlined. The text is hand-lettered rather than typeset, showing the simplicity and elegance of basic, cursive, and edged-pen italic. Pages with sloped and spaced lines may be copied for practice. After this slight book, a course such as the authors teach will appeal. This item can be recommended to anyone who wants improved handwriting, as well as to teachers and adult literacy tutors to instill neat writing along with reading. A caveat to purchasers: the advice "do write in this work book" will be taken by some as an invitation to deface library copies.- William A. Donovan, Chicago P.L.
Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc.
"It is a joy that my four sons can communicate legibly thanks to italic." -- Kay Fujita, Teacher
"Italic handwriting is legible and handsome...I recommend Write Now the book to use. Long live legibility!" -- Paul O. Jacobs, MD
"Just this week, I received a message from an RN at our hospital that my handwriting was beautiful and legible." -- Janet M. Madill, MD