With Pen in Hand: Becoming a Better Writer by Claude Crum
Publisher: Parkway Publishers | Number Of Pages: 142 | Publication Date: 2006-07-30 | ISBN-10: 1933251328 | PDF | 1 Mb
The goal of this book is to help you become a better writer. Grammar is an uncertain subject, full of inconsistencies. Just when you think you understand a grammatical rule, you learn about several exceptions to the rule. Then you learn that there are exceptions to the exceptions. So, the rule you thought you had so clearly mastered fades into a mist of uncertainty.
If learning grammar has ever left you feeling frustration like this, Becoming a Better Writer is the book for you. The intricacies of grammar are broken down into twenty short, easy lessons. We only explore the basics of grammar in this book, only those principles and rules you need to know to become a better writer. In addressing the basics, we’ll ignore all those vague rules and countless exceptions that can be so frustrating—you don’t need to know most of that stuff anyways.