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How to Write Anything: A Complete Guide How to Write Anything: A Complete Guide

by Laura Brown

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"An invaluable guide. If your job or your business depends on delivering clear messages with impact, you need this book."
-- Brend Schmitt, Professor, Columbia Business School

"Laura Brown has written the ultimate guide to clear, concise, and compelling written communications. Students, business people, and even seasoned professional writers should keep it handy, right between the dictionary and thesaurus."
-- Michael Snell, literary agent, writing collaborator, and author of From Book Idea to Bestseller

"To author a book called Howto Write Anything: A Complete Guide you have to be foolish, delusional,orbe Laura Brown,who pulls it off withgrace and wisdom. Brown provides readers with an overview of the writingprocess -- theinfrastructure on which all writing is built -- and specificstrategies for hundreds of situations. Of course, eventuallywriters have toface each task alone, but they will be well-equipped thanks to Laura Brown."
-- Alan Ziegler, author of The Writing Workshop Note Book

"As a writing instructor of over thirty years, I know full well the demands upon young writers. Laura Brown answers the tough questions on how to get started, how to craft tone for a target readership, how to develop succinct content, and how to master argumentation."
-- Roger Marheine, assistant professor, Pasadena City College

"Laura Brown's ability as a writing coach is unparalleled, and How to Write Anything offers the best of her guidance on business writing.Laura has a gift for helping business writers focus, refine, and develop their ideas, and express those ideas in a compelling way. Whether you are a CEO or a first-time manager, How to Write Anything will help you craft your message for the highest possible impact."
-- Robert C. Daugherty, executive chairman, Knowledge Shares

"How to Write Anything is the first book I've seen that addresses the very core of writing for today's digital communications channels. The lessons in this book are for everybody."
-- Mary Olson, digital business design and development pioneer