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Not that it needs any endorsement from me, but I just downloaded the John
Renish book list, and I find it most impressive. If anyone is looking for
a book on any aspect of writing, I would strongly recommend looking through
the Renish list first. Often we see requests on the list for references of
one kind and another, again I think this list should be the first place
anyone looks for that hard-to-find writing reference.
Thanks to John for compiling it and Eric for putting it on the TECHWR-L
(No, I don't have any personal or financial interest in the book list. Of
course, if I did, it would still be free. <g>)