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This book may be thirty years old, but its advice is still pertinent. If you want to have a blitz or crackdown against, or shake-up of, bad writing (all examples of 'tabloidese'), then this is the book for you.
Do you know the difference between a Foreword, a Preface and an Introduction? I didn't either until I found an excellent article on the web.
Writing in your head can be a good idea -- and you don't need to type it out.
My preferred method when it comes to writing books won't appeal to everyone, but I thought it might be of interest to some writers. It's based on the principal of specialisation of labour -- the 'labour' in this case being computer applications rather than people.
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