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Everyone Can Write is an easy-to-understand, practical, ‘how to write’ book that is accessible to everyone from a business executive wanting to polish his reports to a retiree wanting to chronicle her family history. It solves the problems that beginning writers struggle with by giving them an easy-to-follow and simple set of rules that allows them to write rapidly and clearly.

The book outlines the three forms of non-fiction writing: report, narrative and essay. Each one is dissected and a set of rules applied to each structure. The rules are easily put into practice and vary for each structure. For example, in report writing, two easy-to-apply rules are: 25 words to a sentence and 3 or 4 sentences in a paragraph.

The author has also developed a foolproof method of structuring your writing, so that you make effective use of your time. It’s based on the easy-to-remember three-step formula: Pre-write, Free-write, Re-write. Pre-write refers to researching the necessary information. Free-write refers to getting the information onto the computer screen. Re-write refers to the essential task of editing the writing into clear readable text. This technique allows writers to become the editors of their own writing, thereby dramatically improve its quality.

The essentials of grammar and punctuation, easily confused words and other useful tips for writers are also covered.

SPECIFICATIONS: Hardback | 162 mm x 125 mm | 176 Pages |

Howard Gelman is an associate lecturer in the Faculty of Arts at Macquarie University, where he teaches business and media communication. He worked in broadcasting, producing programs in Britain, the USA and Australia where he was commissioning editor for the ABC. As a consultant to Australian publishing companies, he project edited many non-fiction trade and business books. He has also developed writing workshops for businesses in Sydney, London, New York and Chicago.

He was inspired to write this book as he truly believes that ‘everyone can write’, yet found there was a lack of easy-to-understand, practical, ‘how to write’ books on the market that would be accessible to everyone from a business executive wanting to polish his reports to a retiree wanting to chronicle her family history. Everyone Can Write fills that gap.

What’s Up Downunder – review August 2014

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ABC Brisbane – August 9, 2014

Chris Welsh talks to Howard Gelman about Everyone Can Write

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