Five Tips for Better Writing
by speaker and author Diane Booher
1. Know your audience. What are their interests? How will they use your information. What do they already know?
2. Vary your sentence patterns. Learn to write your voice inflection
3. Use strong verbs and active voice.
4. Never underestimate the power of the short sentence and the simple word.
5. Never sacrifice clarity for brevity
Diane Booher is the author of numerous books and articles, conducts seminars for writers. Highly recommended—Gene Griessman, Ph.D.
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