Re: Top ten books to own

Subject: Re: Top ten books to own
From: Lori Lathrop <76620 -dot- 456 -at- COMPUSERVE -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 3 Feb 1995 09:00:13 EST

Greg Dyer (gad -at- ksu -dot- edu) says:
> I'm attempting to keep track of all the titles that have been suggested
> in this thread.

Greg -- fyi ... here's the list I sent to Kimberly Lackey
(INTERNET:97372509 -at- WSUVM1 -dot- CSC -dot- WSU -dot- EDU), the original poster ....

-------- Forwarded Message --------

Kimberly -- Here's my list of top-ten books:

1. _The Chicago Manual of Style_
2. _The Elements of Style_ by William Strunk, Jr. and E.B. White
3. _On Writing Well_ by William Zinsser
4. _Words into Type_
5. _Modern English Usage_ by H.W. Fowler
6. _Indexing Books_ by Nancy Mulvany
7. _Indexing from A to Z_ by Hans H. Wellisch
8. _Copyediting: A Practical Guide_ by Karen Judd
9. _Writing for the Computer Industry_ by Kristin R. Woolever
and Helen M. Loeb
10. _Documentation Development Methodology_ by Sandra Pakin &
Associates
***

This is a balanced list; it contains books several good books on style
(which is the basis of *all* good writing), indexing, and editing as well
as two excellent books specifically for technical writers. If I could
have no more than ten books in my reference library, these are the ten I
would want.

Lori Lathrop ----------> INTERNET:76620 -dot- 456 -at- compuserve -dot- com
Lathrop Media Services, P.O. Box 808, Georgetown, CO 80444


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