Re: Suggestions for "Interesting" Techwriting Book?
Howdy from a longtime lurker. :)
Does anyone have any suggestions for this type of book [a fun textbook], perhaps an old
favorite? I am reviewing Technical Writing for Dummies and The Complete
Idiot's Guide to Technical Writing, but thought there might be something
else. I need something that is fairly easy to obtain at a local bookstore.
Elizabeth Gordon's The Transitive Vampire and The Well-Tempered Sentence are fun grammars. I don't know of any fun tech. writing textbooks.
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