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Do I Make Myself Clear? Is the grammar reference, language, writing skills and language book which shares the secrets of becoming a successful writer. Harold Evans is the author of this tremendous book. He is a British-born writer and journalist who is the bestselling author in the New York Times. This book takes the reader step by step to become an incredible writer in the modern age. The writing is getting tough with every coming day and competition is changing. Practice makes the men perfect so make a habit of writing every day. If you wanted to become a great writer then you have to write a few pages daily.
Make sure you are writing interesting and relevant studs instead of just filling the pages with no reason. Don’t be lazy and give your best to start and end. Make sure that your word counts. Don’t lose track and stay on the road that brings success and your next day must be closer to your goal. Keep pushing towards perfection and one you will become a good writer. No need to worry if you don’t attract the fans but determination will lead you to embrace success. This is a comprehensive book for every newbie to learn English.
Details About Do I Make Myself Clear? by Harold Evans
- Name: Do I Make Myself Clear? A Practical Guide to Writing Well in the Modern Age
- Authors: Harold Evans
- Publish Date: September 4, 2018
- Language: English
- Genre: Grammar Reference, Language, Words, Editing Writing
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 6 MB
- Pages: 448
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 0316509191
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