Re: The art of writing -- penmanship
I'm an experienced technical writer, after a fashion -- grant applications, strategic plans, policies & procedures, etc. -- but I'm new to this list, having been referred by a colleague. If I'm off-topic, I'll apologize now.
However, I thought some of you might know of books, manuals, etc., to teach an adult how to improve his/her penmanship. An article in an in-flight magazine I read a few years ago mentioned at least one such book, but I've searched amazon.com and bn.com without success.
I'm not looking for calligraphy; just a book on proper writing style to complement the keyboard-based writing I already do. Thanks!
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