Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Business Writing: *but Never Learned in School!

Overview

STRATEGIES for a variety of problems or occasions listed in this booklet can be adapted for both letter and memorandum format, for e-mail or blog, newsletter or speech. Explained in this booklet are templates of action, including overlooked concepts and problems by many other business writing texts. Segments presented in this booklet include Tweets, Abstracts, Digests, Meeting Minutes, Routine Inquiry Memos or Letters, Complaint/Claims Letters, Thank You Letters and Notes, Invitation Letters, as well as Cover ...
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Overview

STRATEGIES for a variety of problems or occasions listed in this booklet can be adapted for both letter and memorandum format, for e-mail or blog, newsletter or speech. Explained in this booklet are templates of action, including overlooked concepts and problems by many other business writing texts. Segments presented in this booklet include Tweets, Abstracts, Digests, Meeting Minutes, Routine Inquiry Memos or Letters, Complaint/Claims Letters, Thank You Letters and Notes, Invitation Letters, as well as Cover Letters and Resume Rules. Additional units explain the difficulty of the Sales Letter or how to frame the Bad News Letter. You can even find out how to address an envelope in this booklet.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781463529819
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/18/2011
  • Pages: 68
  • Product dimensions: 8.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.14 (d)

Meet the Author

Author of works on Hollywood history and sports, including Great Sports Stories: The Legendary Films, The Next James Dean and Audie Murphy, Vietnam, and the Making of The Quiet American, Dr. William Russo taught for many years at Curry College in Milton, Massachusetts, creating the successful course on Business Writing that served hundreds of students. He holds his doctorate from the University of Massachusetts with a focus on literacy and language arts. Dr. Russo also served as a film contributor for Big Reel. He has collaborated with Emmy-winning writer and film star Jan Merlin on The Paid Companion of J. Wilkes Booth, Troubles in a Golden Eye, Hanging with Billy Budd, and MGM Makes Boys Town, and has edited a variety of fiction and nonfiction works on topics such as Multiple Sclerosis and the Vietnamese Boat People as Chief Editor of Lukeion Press.
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