Writing Plain English: A Guided Workbook

This workbook is designed to help writers and students cut through the fog of wordiness, recognize the intended basics and thereby remove redundancies from their own writing and from that of others.
In a nutshell, writers will be encouraged to say what they mean, using as few words as necessary to convey the exact meaning, and avoiding trivial detail and repetition. More

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About John Stonehouse

John was born in (West) Hartlepool, U.K., and emigrated to Canada in his twenties. He taught and administered in three community colleges in Manitoba and British Columbia. For over fifty years, he has served extensively on boards and committees as an electee, a volunteer, and an appointee. His work experience also includes military intelligence and chemical research.
He is married and lives in Victoria, B.C.

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