The Sense of Style: The Thinking Person’s Guide to Writing in the 21st Century

The Sense of Style

Authors: Steven Pinker,

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The art of writing is becoming very rare in the 21st century, as people forsake letters for texts and informal tweets. Steve Pinker provides a solution to this problem in this book, where he provides practical and catchy insights for mastering writing skills in a world which is fast losing it’s abilty to write.

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For an author, one of the most critical questions is whether their books will get promoted enough. Tim Grahl shows you a way to build such a connection with your readers that they take on the responsibility to market your book. You won’t even have to pester them with emails and queries. All you have to do is follow his five-step plan.

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