JUNE CASAGRANDE is a veteran journalist and syndicated columnist. She is the author of Grammar Snobs Are Great Big Meanies and Mortal Syntax (Penguin). She is a former Los Angeles Times staff reporter, and her “A Word, Please” grammar column currently appears in several community news sections. She has also studied improvisational comedy with renowned troupes the Groundlings and ComedySportz.
Format: Trade Paperback, 224 pages
Publisher: Ten Speed Press On Sale: July 27, 2010 Price: $14.00
This new, innovative writing book from grammar columnist June Casagrande focuses on the sentence as the unit of meaning in writing, showing writing students and professional writers alike how to craft bold, effective, reader-serving sentences.
CONTENTS Introduction The Sentence: The Writer’s Most Important Tool Ch. 1 Who Cares? Making Sentences Meaningful to Your Reader Ch...
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