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The first section was the best! I appreciated Zissner's tone, his practical help and the very idea that writing to learn is essential. Read morePublished 4 days ago by K Grubb
As always, William Zinsser never disappoints. His writing is always clear and concise.
My goal is to write as well.
A great refresher (it's been many years since I was in school). The author helps put the task of writing into perspective, and that words don't flow flawlessly onto paper or your... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mark Rimel
This was a fantastic book. Zinsser shares his knowledge of writing across the board in a funny way. This man was impressivePublished 12 months ago by Kristin L. Hale
William Zinsser starts his book by admitting something – he’s never understood chemistry. I read his book under the misguided assumption that it would teach me how to write and... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Meh
I am a big fan of this book. The idea that writing about a subject to learn it better is one that I have used in my university classrooms to great success. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Charlie Aukerman
A delight to read. Anyone who writes in English should read this.Published 14 months ago by Toby Sorrels