This engaging little book distills key points about writing to help you say what you mean and do so with grace and style, regardless of your experience level or subject matter. It's as much about the psychology of approaching technical writing and the artistry of shaping it as it is about technique. A great companion to the classic "The Elements of Style" by Strunk and White.
About the Author
Carol Rosenblum Perry has been editing and writing professionally for over 30 years. She has edited scientific and technical articles, book chapters, books, and special reports, principally in the natural sciences. In addition to "The Fine Art of Technical Writing," she has written articles about communications as well as website text, grant proposals, newsletters, short fiction, and poetry. She also works energetically with land and structures to clear old patterns of disharmony and with the planet as a whole. All her work is about creating clarity and bridging worlds. Please visit the new website showcasing all her work: www.handonthecavewall.net.