An essential guide that will imprive your writing style and help you say exactly what you want to say.

Students, teachers, businessmen, aspiring authors, and complaining consumers all have one thing in common—the need to express successfully ideas, opinions, arguments, problems, explanations, or instructions through the medium of the written word. And The Lively Art of Writing is the perfect guide to the mastery of this essential skill. It will answer all of your questions, provide you with the best techniques, and offer important information about:

• Choosing a subject
• Working with words
• The sound of sentences
• The power of paragraphs
• Essentials of style
• Essays, theses, and term papers
• And much, much more…

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  1. M. Heiss

    Super for homeschooling My seventh grader and fourth grader followed these steps to develop a secure writing basis. Now their writing is clear and makes sense. Took about 6 weeks of work to go through the book -we will probably review next year to build on our success.Time to cycle the high schooler through this again. He’s not excited about the work, but he does want to communicate better on his blog Q&A’s. So with that goal, we can proceed.another book we often use for reference is the…

  2. Robert L. White

    Good advice, smartly written Here is what I like most: if you read and use this book, you will become a better writer Ms. Payne’ lessons are technically sound, and her instructions are clear. Moreover, she writes examples that show you what she just told you. For example, she states that an essay is an opinion couched in an argument, and she teaches you that the argument need not be offensive; in fact, it can be entertaining. After you’ve read that, she writes a scintillating description of of a hot rod mechanic. Instead…

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