Episode #40 – “100 Ways to Improve Your Writing” by Gary Provost

Usually, I recommend memoirs on the third Thursday of the month, but instead, I will tell you about a little book that has helped me tremendously.

It’s one I pull down from my shelf regularly, and its pint-sized nuggets always end up being just what I need to hear.

Sometimes, writing books are good to use as reference books when we need them. This book is one I recommend you read through because it’s short and easy to read. Then, refer to it when you need specific help.

Want to know more? Check out this week’s video. I think you might find it helpful.

Do you have a go-to grammar, reference, or writing book? What’s the title and the author’s name? Do you use a website for good writing advice? Post the link. How do you use these writing tools? Tell us about using these guides in the comments below.

With all the writing you do, remember, the only way to do this wrong is to not do it at all!

Remember, the only way to do this wrong is to not do it at all!

Happy writing, everyone.

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Kit Dwyer
11 months ago

Here’s a post at Enchanting Marketing, with a plug FOR using parenthesis! Ha ha. https://www.enchantingmarketing.com/how-to-use-parentheses-examples/#comment-801102

Monique Cobbs
11 months ago

I do not know the book by Gary Provost, but WATCH YOUR LANGUAGE by Theodore M. Bernstein is as humorous as it is helpful with his tongue-in-cheek comments about unfortunate journalistic writing. The book dates back to the late ’50s but is as valuable today as it was then.

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