Good Writing Techniques Find a Perfect Platform in Thompson’s New Book

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An educational tour de force that helps readers hone and master their journalistic craft—teaching them how to give life and power to their writing.

Writing is an important communication tool that has proven its might and power to make a difference in the world. Closely, it is a way to express people’s thoughts and feelings and a medium to give clarity to any information they want to convey. But writing is so diverse that one should be careful not to present any detail erroneously or insufficiently. Good writing techniques have found a perfect place for everyone’s access in between the covers of author Geneva Anderson Thompson’s The Rite to Write Right about Wright. This is an educational book that will walk readers through the fundamentals of writing—providing a substantial amount of tips and techniques on how to develop their writing skill.

A good writer is highly prized; therefore, it is important to know what is good writing. This book clearly defines the essential elements of good writing. Here, Thompson underscores how presentation, clarity and professionalism can affect the writers’ brand—it’s as if they were the work itself—and how their work can influence the opportunities in this field. The book plausibly presents the importance of writing and shares good writing techniques to supplement the readers’ knowledge and help boost their aptitude. It discusses on the importance of a powerful title and how to make the introduction of one’s piece win the interest of the reader. It underscores the key components of a compelling body—one that comprehensively binds almost all important information the readers surely are going to find. Moreover, grammar, punctuations, transitional words and phrases, commonly used words, and additional expressions are also emphasized in this book to ensure compact and indispensable information are well supplemented.

Compelling, very informative, easy to understand and very feasible, The Rite to Write Right about Wright offers readers the road map to good writing. This book is the first step toward becoming a master of one’s own craft, a practical way to learn a simple but prize-winning writing strategy.

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About the Author
Geneva Anderson Thompson is originally from Jamaica, West Indies, where she taught students at High School and Community College, respectively. Currently, she’s teaching at a middle school in South Florida. She has always had a passion for writing. Publishing this book has been her dream. Her philosophy in life is, “Just Write”.

The Rite to Write Right about Wright * by Geneva Anderson Thompson
Good Writing Tips
Publication Date: January 17, 2012
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 48 pages; 978-1-4691-4291-3
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 48 pages; 978-1-4691-4292-0
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4691-4293-7

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