Writers Book Mall

Subject: Writers Book Mall
From: John Wilcox <JWilcox -at- zetron -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2004 10:20:55 -0700

Thanks and a tip of the hat to Steve Schwarzman for this resource.

John Wilcox, Technical Writer
Zetron, Redmond

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> ANNOUNCE: What do writers really need?
> Books and jobs, of course (not necessarily in that order).
> The Writers Book Mall (http://www.writersbookmall.com) offers 67
categories of books and magazines for writers, plus software and even
posters for writers. You'll find books on tech writing, help design, how to
write training, medical and pharmaceutical writing, project management,
marcom, PR writing, proposal writing, and writing skills, plus dictionaries,
thesauri, and various forms of fiction writing (novels, screenplays,
children's books, poetry, and more). And
you'll also find software for writers, plus books on how to use Frame, Word,
Acrobat, Dreamweaver, Flash, HTML, XML, RoboHelp, PageMaker, Illustrator,
Authorware, and more.
> Techwritingjobs (http://www.techwritingjobs.com) offers friendly advice
from experienced tech writers on how to get a tech writing job, links to job
sites, and even tips on how to hire a tech writer. Techwritingjobs offers
resume tips, bloopers to avoid, advice on how staffing agencies work and how
to work with them, ideas on how to market yourself as a freelance tech
writer, training tips, what to put on your tech writing web site, & more.


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