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Tricks That Stick: A Must-Have Writing Companion

TRICKS THAT STICK

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Have you ever:

  • Looked up “who” or “whom” and still didn’t know how to use them?
  • Struggled with other confusing words such as “further/farther,” “ensure/assure/insure,” “capital/capitol”—and many other?
  • Forgotten where to put the apostrophe in a word? Should it be ’s, s’ or s’s?
  • Been confused by complicated language rule you learned a long time ago and still don’t remember?
  • Realized that your spellcheck software program is very limited? There are many mistakes your spellcheck simply cannot find.
  • Tried to correct your own writing, only to find that you discover the mistakes three days after you sent out that letter, newsletter, report, etc.?

Wouldn’t you like to have:

  1. Easy-to-remember, easy-to-use tricks that always work. If you can still remember the trick “I before E, except after C…,” you know that we forget the complicated rules, but the tricks and the memory hooks stay with us. These tricks are much easier than the confusing rules other reference books offer.
  2. Tricks that will help you make fewer mistakes in the first place and find the mistakes you do make—before anything you write ever leaves your hands.

This is a reference tool that works. These tricks will stick—finally and forever.

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