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  • The writing process is simplified in way that takes the stress out of trying to figure out exactly how to put your thoughts to words in way that will be interesting and informative for others to read
  • The author makes sure to go into detail for each section of the writing process with weighing the reader down with overused textbook terminology and grammar usage which usually is the most boring part about writing
  • I found this book to be one of my favorites and go-to when I need help in writing because the author simplified the writing process in such a way that I now find writing to be a more enjoyable activity
  • The way the book is written is probably one of the best I have read because you can feel how important writing is to the author, and how she really invests in you trying to improve on the craft

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      How To Write Anything by Laura Brown is a non-fiction book which teaches you how to become a better writer. The book has a step-by-step guide that instructs you through the writing process from figuring out what your purpose for writing and who your reader is, and how to combine it all to create a well written piece. The book is both engaging and informative, and will be beneficial for all writers of any level.

      How To Write Anything is organized in a way that instructs you in writing in a way that is


      easy to follow along and comprehend. The writing process is simplified in way that takes the stress out of trying to figure out exactly how to put your thoughts to words in way that will be interesting and informative for others to read. The first four chapters are solely dedicated to the writing process: Purpose, reader, brainstorming, outline, draft, and revision. The author makes sure to go into detail for each section of the writing process with weighing the reader down with overused textbook terminology and grammar usage which usually is the most boring part about writing. The rest of the book is dedicated to the various occasions in which one may use writing such as writing a thank-you card, writing condolences, a term paper, or a simple review.

      I found this book to be one of my favorites and go-to when I need help in writing because the author simplified the writing process in such a way that I now find writing to be a more enjoyable activity. Prior to this book I found writing to be a chore, but I now enjoy it more because ...


      • How To Write Anything by Laura Brown
      I now understand my purpose for writing and who my audience is. I also like how there are right and wrong examples of writing so I could see what really bad writing looks like compared to really excellent writing that makes you want to submerge yourself into someone’s work. The way the book is written is probably one of the best I have read because you can feel how important writing is to the author, and how she really invests in you trying to improve on the craft. After reading along and doing
      my own writing exercises, I felt more confident in my skills as a writer.

      In conclusion, How To Write Anything is a well-written, engaging, insightful, and useful book for those who are wanting to build better writing skills. The author really seems to be invested in her readers as writers and it is clear in the way the book is written and formatted. This has become my only book to seek writing help, and is very useful for those who have been writing for a long time or just writing for the very time.




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