Applying Your Tools to Real-Life Examples: Part II: The Power of Writing Well

"A bad writer has no rights whatever. Any mercy shown to him is wasted and mistaken." (H. L. Mencken, 1880-1956)

I wrote The Power of Writing Well to address everything managers, leaders, engineers, scientists, and others need to be better senders and receivers, not to cover everything they need to know about the language or to be the perfect sender or receiver; nobody is. More

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Published by The Expressive Press
Words: 9,340
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310762956
About Pete Geissler

PETE GEISSLER is an author of books, teacher of writing, and a professional/technical writer for various firms. He taught Advanced Professional and Technical Writing at Carnegie Mellon University and Writing for Environmental Professionals at the Graduate School of Environmental Science and Management, Duquesne University. He is now completing a collection of his works and a fictionalized version of the growth of electricity and its role in capital punishment.

Pete has written five books that have been published by traditional, vanity, and, now, his own house, The Expressive Press. One book was a publisher's best seller and another was a finalist in Best Books 2004. His sixth book will be available by the end of 2015. In addition, he has ghost-written more than three million words that have been either published in trade magazines or spoken in formal settings. www.theexpressivepress.com; peteswriteshops.com; peteswords.com. geissler@earthlink.net.

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