From now through Friday, 12/6/13, 10 Core Practices for Better Writing is on sale.
Kindle: Get the Kindle edition for just 99¢ through Amazon.
Paperback: The paperback edition is available at 10% off through CreateSpace with the discount code 3G6Y3FFX.
This will be the last time this book goes on sale for the foreseeable future, so be sure to pick up your copy now.
Look for the next title in the Adventures in Writing series in January, 2014.
10 Core Practices for Better Writing is for writers who want to strengthen their writing skills. You’ll learn beneficial practices that promote excellence in writing, discover tools and techniques to improve your writing, and develop professional-caliber writing habits.
By applying the concepts in this book, you will master the craft of writing.
Each of the 10 practices presented in this book advance your writing over the long term. It’s packed with inspirational quotes, questions for thought and discussion, and activities that encourage you to practice and perfect your writing.
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