Writing in plain language is not something they teach in you school. But it is an art and a science, and you can learn how to do it and apply it—how to write for results. This book provides a step-by-step, example-filled guide to the critical aspects of writing in plain English—plain language—the type of writing people understand and to which they respond favorably. Not many people refuse to read a newspaper because it is “too easy,” but lots of people avoid technical publications and barbecue grill instructions because they are “too hard” or unintelligible.
Good writers are made, not born. The examples and information in this book will guide you along the process of becoming one of those “good” writers…and you may even find yourself looking forward to your next writing project.